CSJ report: ‘Transforming social care for the poorest older people’
‘Transforming social care for the poorest older people. A CSJ report ahead of the Government’s forthcoming White Paper on social care’ was published by the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) in 2012.
The report urges Ministers to prioritise the poorest over the competing claims of asset-rich old people who are forced to sell their homes before they qualify for state subsidy.
The report was published in advance of the Government’s response to the Dilnot Commission report ‘Fairer Care Funding. The Report of the Commission on Funding of Care and Support’ (July 2011).
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