Adult Social Care recruitment

The government has announced £162.5 million in extra funding to help the adult social care workforce boost recruitment and continue providing high-quality care for everyone who needs it. 

We all owe our social care workforce an enormous debt of gratitude for their work during the pandemic – and the Conservative government is determined to make the bold decisions to reform social care to prioritise their skills and wellbeing.

So, to boost the number of people working in adult social care, the government is investing £162.5 million in a new retention and recruitment fund for local authorities across England, on top of £388 million in infection control funding. 

Everyone deserves to be cared for with dignity and respect. This funding, as well as our wider reforms, will bring Britain closer to having a world-leading social care system.


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