Transforming Care targets have been routinely missed by local authorities, and controversy surrounds the ongoing use of assessment and treatment units for people with learning disabilities.

Too many individuals are housed away from friends, family, and local communities in accommodation that deprives them of their independence and can promote increased institutionalisation and a growing dependence on care.

The social care sector is creaking under the weight of growing demand, funding shortfalls, and a lack of supply of modern, adapted accommodation that is both reflective of government policy and the quality of accommodation our society should be able to offer vulnerable people.


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