Home / Business / Health & Social Care / Rolling news / Cornwall Council hiring private consultants to help cut £35 million from adult social care Cornwall Council hiring private consultants to help cut £35 million from adult social care Posted By Anne North on 19th July 2018 19th July 2018 By Anne North Cornwall Council is sharpening its axe as it prepares to cut £35 million from its adult social care budget – and is hiring external… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Council to rule on whether or not to increase tax to boost adult social careAdults who need social care could benefit from a £7.7 million uplift in council spending… Cornwall Council will be allowed to debate health and social care cuts - but not until after elections24th January 2017 By Graham Smith Follow @CornwallReportsCornwall Council will be able to debate the… Cornwall protests at £246 million cuts to NHS and social care5th March 2017 By Graham Smith Thousands of people have taken part in marches,… Government awards Cornwall £1.9m to support transformation of education, health and social care services6th July 2017By Anne NorthThe government has awarded Cornwall nearly £2million to help support vulnerable… This article has 1 comment There are homes already failing to deliver quality “Person Centred Care” in Cornwall. Largely due to lack of staff and resource. Cutting the number of front line care workers, will add to these failures. The homes in order to comply with CQC requirements will be forced to take on more agency staff at a higher cost than properly supported and trained direct staff. Comments are closed.