Minister faces pressure over budget cuts but refuses to backtrack

Minister faces pressure over budget cuts but refuses to backtrack John McTernan, Labour’s shadow minister for social care, said: “It is increasingly clear that the cuts in social care services are forcing people to go further down the food chain and into despair and despair and despair and despair. fundas samsung galaxy a70 “He says that he wants to tackle social care, but on Tuesday night 바카라사이트he promised more cuts.” The Department for Work and Pensions said that no new money will be made available in the department’s budget to support people in remote communities with problems which are “unusual and complex”. fundas samsung galaxy s20 ultra The department said that £1.9bn will be increased through the 2016/2017 budget year, with £7.5bn of this increase in health and care, and £3bn in social care. fundas huawei p10 It said that it is a priority of the government to increase social care provision by around £14bn over the next 10 years, adding that there will be £6bn more to be spent each yearapronx in support of the “possibility of the worst-case”. fundas samsung galaxy a10 It said that these will include: Updating the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) website to better reflect community needs A move to make the most of existing staff on staff ratios by recruiting local volunteers and extending existing staff levels to encourage staff to stay Installing more social workers who offer a greater numbe더킹카지노r of social work services in remote communities than existing DWP workers Updating the way social workers are trained to provide social work services, particularly as some are not currently trained in social work and can be overwhelmed by the scale of the job Improving the delivery of services for people living with disabilities, including ensuring there are enough staff to assess people coming in The department added that there will also be extra resources on top of the increase for families where there are financial means to help. It said: “The department recognises that there will be growing demand from vulnerable families for home visits, as the situation in remote communities is particularly complex, but it is the responsibility of local authorities and carers to ensure that they provide a range of services that meet their needs. fundas samsung galaxy a40 “We would like to help families with a range of needs, providing support and opportunities for families to take advantage of the benefits of services available.

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