Nine in 10 care directors concerned at winter pressures

By Martin Ford | 27 November 2019

More than 90% of adult care directors are concerned at their ability to cope with winter pressures or provider failure, a survey has found.

And an even greater number said they lacked confidence about meeting their responsibilities for market sustainability, according to the Association of Directors of Adults Social Services (ADASS) autumn survey released today.

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