Social care is on the brink. This new nightmare might push it over the edge | David Brindle | Society | The Guardian

Alys Phillips admits she found it daunting when she did her first solo sleep-in shift as a care support worker two years ago. But now she says she would willingly cancel social arrangements to do more of the 24-hour stints, from 3pm one day to 3pm the next. Social care crisis: MPs put May under pressure to act fast Read more Phillips says her work with people with learning disabilities in rural Wales and the Welsh valleys is hugely satisfying. She helps with daytime domestic tasks in their homes, sees

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