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Personal budgets and the workforce implications for social care providers: expectations and early experiences

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JournalSocial Policy and Society
DatePublished - 2011
Issue number1
Volume10
Number of pages11
Pages (from-to)55-65
Original languageEnglish

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Drawing on two studies in England, this paper explores the workforce-related impacts that social care providers envisage, and have so far experienced, from an increase in the number of people using personal budgets. It presents findings in relation to financial and workforce planning, recruitment and retention, workforce training and service user/provider relations. The discussion considers the implications not only for providers but also care workers, service users and local authorities.

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  • social care services issues, funding issues, employment/benefits, ill/disabled adults, older people

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