Monday 17 December 2018
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Care home manager jailed for theft from residents

A care home manager has been jailed for eight months after stealing hundreds of pounds to play bingo.

Elderly care demand to outstrip family supply

The number of older people in England needing care will "outstrip" the number of family members able to provide it by 2017, a think tank has warned.

New CQC inspection framework: what does a 'well-led' organisation look like?

Last week the Care Quality Commission (CQC) launched a consultation giving more detail on proposed changes to the way it regulates, inspects and rates health and social care providers, building on the new vision and direction that it set out last year.

Health and social care leaders pledge for more activity in care homes

Leaders from health and social care pledged to improve quality of life in care homes at a summit opened by The Princess Royal, Patron of the College of Occupational Therapists at the Skills for Care London offices.

Chairman of LGA on councils and communities to help lead revolution in tackling dementia

Thousands of people living with dementia are being helped to lead more independent lives, thanks to an initiative being supported by the Chairman of the Local Government Association (LGA).

Independent Age response to Transforming Primary Care

Independent Age welcomes today"s announcement that all people aged over 75 will have a named GP with overall responsibility for their care.