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Faircare for the future: Why social care matters fordeafblind people

A growing number of voices – including those of deafblind people – are saying that the social care system is under-funded and not working.

This report describes deafblind people’s experiences of social care in England and Wales. It shows that deafblind people need the social care system to work in particular ways to meet their needs – but this often doesn’t happen.

Deafblind people already have concerns about the existing social care system – and so it is doubly important that social care reform makes sure that deafblind people’s needs are met.