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Domiciliary Care UK Market Report 2008


Domiciliary Care UK Market Report 2008

Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland

This nineth edition includes the findings of Laing & Buisson’s survey of homecare providers in 2006. It studies a growing £10bn market for keeping older and disabled people in the community that is undergoing major changes. It covers a wide range of social care and health care services with a main focus on homecare.It covers the background to community care,  the personalisation agenda, local authority funded homecare, local authority funded meals and day care, privately purchased homecare, the availability of informal care, community health services, expenditure on care, regulation, the structure of the industry, profiles of the main providers, demand, the care workforce, employment law, the funding of domiciliary care, pay, prices and costs.This report is of value to organisations purchasing homecare or other domiciliary care, those providing care services in the community and those considering entering the market.It will bring readers who are already active in the market up-to-date with developments and market trends, and for those less familiar with domiciliary care it offers an explanation of the market and how it operates. The report’s blend of quantitative data and authoritative analysis provide an overview of the market as well as being an invaluable reference work and data source for business planning.Domiciliary Care UK Market Report 2008can also be supplied with a digital version in PDF format, available for an additional fee of only £100 when a hard copy version is purchased.For futher information, please contact: Office Manager, 020 7833 Full Brochure including Order FormDownload Contents and Tables    



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Domiciliary Care UK Market Report 2008. (2009) Domiciliary Care UK Market Report 2008 [Online]. Available from: [Accessed: 16th October 2019].


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