Saturday 16 February 2019
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Cost of care reform is worth paying says Dilnot

The cost of reforming care funding is worth paying, Andrew Dilnot told a meeting organised by Surrey County Council.

Oxford University research on the rising cost of dementia

Research by Oxford University academics claims Britain spends more on dementia than any of the 15 pre expansion EU countries except for Germany, which has a much higher population.

Worker Rebecca Reasbeck 'started fatal care home fire'

A care home worker killed an elderly resident by deliberately setting fire to her room so she could act as a heroine, a court has been told.

One in three adults will be over 65 within 25 years

The number of people aged over 65 in Wales is set to reach more than 860,000 by 2035, according to latest official projections.

Getting ready for HealthWatch England

Next month sees a major step in the setting up of HealthWatch England, with the start of the recruitment of its Chair.HealthWatch England will be the national consumer champion that will give a voice to collective views of the people who use NHS and social care services in England.

Adult social care excellence award will not go ahead

The Department of Health has confirmed that we will not be proceeding with the adult social care excellence award, following the feedback received during our recent consultation exercise.