Planning and purchasing: shifting the cost to the client

Planning and purchasing: shifting the cost to the client

There seem to be a few tricks being played on the local authority side in adult learning disability care planning and purchasing. These need to be called out, says Belinda Schwehr, who explains three common ruses

This article is the second in a two-part series looking at the most troubling issues in health and social care law and practice seen at CASCAIDr . . .

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