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Cuts are putting care under “stress and strain” and carers’ efforts are being undermined, the chief inspector of adult social care in England has said.
Andrea Sutcliffe told the Observer many carers ended up being “the sort of care worker you wouldn’t want them to be”.
There were 30,000 allegations of abuse of people using social care services in the first six months of this year, according to the newspaper.
‘We can’t rely on the state for support’
Broadcaster and carer Beti George claims the current vision for dementia care is not fit for purpose
06:00, 5 August 2015
By David Deans
She claims a shift in attitudes is essential to cope with the tragic disease in Wales
A shift in attitudes and care for people with dementia is essential to cope with a disease that will touch all of us, says broadcaster and carer Beti George
We can no longer rely on state support for people with dementia, a respected Welsh broadcaster is due to say at the Eisteddfod today.
Adult social care firms are struggling to hire, retain and train staff as a result of cuts to council budgets, a survey of senior officials suggests.
Councils in England are facing a £1.1bn shortfall this year, on top of “almost unendurable” cuts since 2010, the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services has warned.
Freezing care provider fees to save money was no long sustainable, it said.