Staff shortages have led to a Jersey care charity stopping some of its services at the end of the month.
Les Amis, which supports people with learning disabilities, has announced it will stop its Community Outreach and Short Breaks services from 31st March.
The charity claims it is not the only care provider that is facing these challenges.
The charity says it has been trying to meet health care demands with limited staff resources for a long time.
It is calling on the Government to make the situation "a top priority" because, they say, good care services is needed for the island's growing ageing population.
Health and Community Services say they are aware of the situation with Les Amis.
Health and Community Services say the government is trying to address the shortage of care professionals in the island by supporting an entry level training programme.
They say it could be for career changers, retirees or new entrants to the job market.