We outlined our research behind the funding challenges for social care in England.
We separated our response into five sections that addressed the following questions:
- What are the funding challenges for social care in England, and how can they be overcome?
- Why have successive governments been reluctant to address challenges in the delivery of social care?
- How can a sustainable funding model for social care supported by a diverse and stable market be created?
- How can the cost of the provision of social care be fairly distributed?
- What lessons can be learnt from elsewhere in the UK, or from other countries, in how they approach social care?
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