Personal budgets process ‘cuts social work productivity’

January 16, 2013 in News Stories

The implementation of personal budgets has reduced social workers’ “productivity” by adding new processes to traditional care management, finds critical research published today.

There is however a massive divergence between indicative personal budgets and final allocations shows self-directed support is adding bureacuracy to social work practice, according to this article where you can read the research in full.