1. West Dunbartonshire could provide no information at all
  2. North Lanarkshire told us how many clients they had but had no information on how many of their home care clients got personal care and how many didn’t.
  3. South Ayrshire told us how many clients they had but had no information on how many of their home care clients got personal care and how many didn’t.
  4. Glasgow - told us how many clients they had but had no information on how many of their home care clients got personal care and how many didn’t. They also said Glasgow HSCP are making due preparations for the implementation of the FPC in April
  5. Angus told us how many of their home care clients got personal care and how many didn’t but could not identify how many hours of personal care each person got.
  6. West Lothian told us how many of their home care clients got personal care and how many didn’t but could not identify how many hours of personal care each person got.
  7. East Ayrshire – Was the only one of the 7 able to provide a full response

As a result we fear the Scottish Government may be introducing its new policy of Free Personal Care for under 65s without fully understanding its effects. 

This approach of carrying on with a policy in spite of the evidence to the contrary will lead to millionaires benefiting more than thousands of ordinary disabled people.