The Welsh Government decision to include social care as one of five key priority areas for their new economic strategy has been hailed as a "potential game-changer" for the sector.
Angry care home owners in Wales say they're owed over £30 million in unpaid fees because of a legal battle that's been described as a "national scandal".
According to Care Forum Wales, the way domiciliary care was procured and the tendering processes that were unfit for purpose meant that zero hours contracts were the only viable option in many cases.
The cost of overnight expenses and meal allowances claimed by councillors can be twice what local authorities pay in care home fees for vulnerable people, it's been revealed.
A social care leader has slammed a £1 million court battle between local authorities and health boards that's depriving vulnerable people of much needed care.