Disabled people 'could be forgotten' amid social care reform
Adults with disabilities in England are being deprived of basic care and support and are at risk of being forgotten in the wider reform of the social care system, campaigners say.
Much of the focus on care has been centred around the crisis facing the elderly.
But a coalition of charities has warned people with disabilities under the age of 65 are being neglected too. They said the squeeze on council care meant many were already missing out.
And the groups, including Mencap, Scope, the National Autistic Society, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Sense, warned the situation could deteriorate under the forthcoming reform of the system.
Ministers are soon expected to announce a cap will be placed on the costs people face for care.
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