The introduction starts by highlighting that …

‘Many of us and our loved ones will, at some time in our lives, need care and support. However, social care is not well understood by many people, and too often has been reduced to help with the practicalities of daily living (such as eating, washing, and getting dressed). And yet, for those who draw on care and support and their carers, social care also needs to include attending to social, emotional, and spiritual needs. Care and support should enable us to live the best lives we can.’

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