Call for dedicated social care appeals

By Martin Ford | 10 October 2019

Fewer than one in five councils have a dedicated appeals process for social care, according to new research.

Older people’s charity Independent Age found the only option for many people is to make a complaint – a process it describes as ‘slow and stressful’ and involving unfair costs.

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