Tuesday 27 September 2016
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New report paints doomsday scenario for care

This latest report follows "The Care Crash" [July 2016] published by the National Care Association, which warned of the sector facing a potentially "perfect storm"; reductions in local authorities commissioned beds, shortages of qualified nurses and care workers, the introduction of the national living wage for staff and an increasing reliance on self-funding clients. The impact of all this will put many care homes under unprecedented pressure.

Care cuts leave frail elderly fending for themselves

Frail old people in England are being left to fend for themselves because government-funded care is being scaled back, a review suggests.

New report reveals human realities of a social care system struggling to cope

A new report investigating the state of social care through the eyes of individuals and families reveals a system struggling to cope.

Supporting innovation

The world does not stand still. Health and care services today are quite different to how they looked 20 years ago.

National Institute for Health Research announces largest ever investment into dementia research

Dementia research will receive £45 million over the next five years as part of a record £816 million investment in NHS research, the Health Secretary announced today.

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