Cuts to Adult Social Care Protest
The Mayor Of Merton and Trustee Slim Flegg
My Voice Matters Break out Group - 2016
Merton CIL Hate Crime Pop Up Stall
Sponsored walk
My Voice Matters 2016 by Sandra Howgate
Jacquleine Saeed

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Merton CIL News 2016

As Merton Council prepares to set their budget for the year, local Deaf and Disabled people are angry at not being consulted on plans to cut another £2.2 million from the adult social care budget. This includes cuts to support to live independently, and changes to support to get out and about. Worryingly, the budget also includes plans to increase Council income through charges for social care for Disabled people and older people.

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