21 August 2017
A report published by the National Audit Office has found that progress has been mixed in terms of implementing
recommendations made by the Public Accounts Committee in 2012, aimed at improving services and achieving better outcomes for people with neurological conditions.
“Some neurological conditions are life-threatening with many severely affecting quality of life and causing lifelong disability. Overall, however, progress in taking the action needed to improve services for the people with these conditions has been mixed. Considerable further work is therefore needed to make more progress and to achieve better services and outcomes for people with neurological conditions.”
Amyas Morse, head of the National Audit Office, 10 July 2015
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