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Research claims the number of people with dementia could be stabilising

Research published in The Lancet Neurology journal indicates that the number of people with dementia in some Western European countries is stabilising.

Disabled adults 'abused' at Chesterfield care home

Vulnerable disabled adults were sworn at, ridiculed and inappropriately physically restrained at a care home at the centre of a police investigation, according to a report.

CQC inspectors publish reports on 57 adult social care services in the South

In the past week the Care Quality Commission has published a further 57 reports on the quality of care provided by adult social care services across the South of England.

Devon care worker who filmed sex assaults jailed for 10 years

A "depraved" care worker who sexually assaulted elderly patients and sent footage of the attacks to her boyfriend has been jailed for 10 years.

Cure for dementia moves forward as thousands of new volunteers join the fight

The Government's ambition to find a cure for dementia by 2025 has been boosted by a dramatic rise in people volunteering to take part in ground-breaking research studies.

CQC announces new pilot

People and their families who use a range of different health and social care services could in the future learn more about what the quality of care is like across a whole local area as part of a new pilot project being launched by the Care Quality Commission