Care services weathering summer surge

By Martin Ford | 08 September 2021

Directors of adult care services have faced a spike in demand over the summer months, according to new figures published today.

The latest snap survey by the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) shows the number of people awaiting social care assessments, reviews and care and support rose by a quarter to 294,353 in the past three months.

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