New review puts case for a National Care Service in Scotland

11 February 2021

An independent review of adult care services in Scotland has called for urgent improvements in workforce planning, pay and conditions, and a rethink on charging policies.

It makes the case for a National Care Service to drive ‘consistent, high quality social care support’ and a ‘new narrative’ to replace crisis with ‘prevention and wellbeing’.

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