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Citizens' Assembly on Social Care

Social care provision and funding has been the subject of numerous reports, commissions and Government papers over many years. Despite agreement on the urgent need for reform, this has not translated into action or consensus on how it should be achieved.

The Health and Social Care Select Committee and the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee have commissioned the Citizens’ Assembly as part of their joint inquiry into the long term funding of adult social care.

Over two weekends, the Citizens’ Assembly members will hear from expert contributors with different views on how adult social care should be funded, before discussing the issues and reaching a set of recommendations.

The findings will be considered by the Committees alongside other evidence submitted to the inquiry, which is aimed at finding the best way of funding social care sustainably in the long term and proposals that will command both public and political consensus.

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