Providers handing back contracts more than doubles

Providers handing back contracts more than doubles
Billy Davis, public affairs and policy manager, Hft

More than half (59%) of learning disability care providers have been forced to close parts of their organisation or hand back contracts to local authorities because of cost pressures. Financial pressures have led to more than double the number of providers handing back contracts in the past 12 months. A 28-page report, published by Hft,…

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