Suffolk Conservatives are set to invest £1bn over the next four years to support vulnerable people right across the county, building on the £60m invested to create ten modern care homes to provide care for the county’s most vulnerable.
The investment comes at a time of particular pressure for social care services and follows on the development of 10 modern care homes to support vulnerable people who can no longer remain in their own home.
“Providing social care services is one of the most critical functions of the County Council. This investment marks out this area as key for the future of our most vulnerable residents and demonstrates our commitment to ensuring they are properly cared for.
“Whether in their own home or in a residential home, we owe a duty to our vulnerable people to care for them in the way we would want our own relatives to be cared for.
“Residents in St Margaret’s & Westgate can be assured of our commitment to the right care at the right time and our commitment to giving people the support they need to remain independent for as long as possible”.