Association of Directors of Adult Social Services


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Association of Directors of Adult Social Services

A national UK body and forum for those responsible for providing social (non-clinical) care to adults.
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Association of Directors of Adult Social Services secretary Richard Webb described her as "a towering figure in adult social care".
Yet social care budgets across England fell by an estimated pounds 1 billion last year, according to the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services. This is the opportunity of a generation for government to improve the lives of millions of people and help ease the strain on the already financially stretched NHS.
However the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services was highly critical of the Scope report as it said claims that care was a "broken sector" were nothing new.
The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services over the weekend moved to reassure residents and their relatives that it would help Southern Cross get back on its feet.
The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services have moved to reassure residents and their relatives that it would help Southern Cross get back on its feet.
Recently the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services revealed that Government cuts to councils will mean a further PS800m taken from care budgets in the next year - totalling PS2.68bn so far under the coalition.
Samih Kalakeche, our Director of Adult Social Care - and one of our 350 BME staff - also has a national role leading on equalities and diversity at the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS).
But the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services Cymru said rising demand was placing considerable pressure on services for the most vulnerable youngsters.
The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services said more than PS1.1billion would be needed just to maintain last year's level of service.
The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services has moved to reassure residents and their relatives that it would help Southern Cross get back on its feet.
The awards, which are supported by the Department of Health, The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, Social Care Institute for Excellence, Skills for Care, Ceretas and the English Community Care Association, celebrate excellence throughout social care, including statutory, independent and voluntary organisations.

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