Care budgets target warning by Audit Commission
Many councils are struggling with moves to give individual people their own budgets to spend on social care, a watchdog claims.
Since 2007 adults who need care have been able to apply for council funding which they can then spend on the services they actually want.
But a report by the Audit Commission says the take up in some council areas is as low as six per cent.
Andy McKeon from the Audit Commission explains the system.
28 Oct 2010
- From the section Health