‘Care injustice’ Means Limited Access to Good Quality Social Care

NHS funding and soaring patient demand in England are fuelling “care injustice” where patients cannot access good quality social care because of where they live, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has found.

£20bn has already been announced for the NHS, but it is not clear if any of this will help support social care which is creating many of the health services’ woes.

Peter Wyman, chairman of the CQC, said: “It is increasingly clear without a long-term funding settlement for adult social care, the additional funding for the NHS will be spent treating people with complex conditions for whom care in the community would have been more effective both in terms of their health and wellbeing and use of public money.”

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Deckchair Care is a privately owned independent domiciliary care company. We look after the elderly and disabled between Didsbury and Alderley Edge in South Manchester / Cheshire.

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