Tag Archives: Barriers to Support

Shaping Policy on the Dementia Care Crisis: Alzheimer’s Society Report in Advance of Government’s Green Paper (BBC News / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary A report on inadequacies in the care system regarding dementia patients. The number of potentially unnecessary hospital admissions among dementia patients has risen by 73% across 65 hospital trusts, from 31,000 in 2012 to around 55,000 in 2017. Some … Continue reading

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Care and Support of Older People With Learning Disabilities (NICE)

Summary The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has released a guideline on the care and support people with learning disabilities as they get older, including their access to suitable services. It covers: “ …identifying changing needs, planning for … Continue reading

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Dementia Case-Finding in Hospitals: Qualitative Research Into Disparate Perceptions of Primary and Secondary Care Staff in England (BMJ Open)

Summary Hospitals in England have been conducting case-finding of people with dementia among older people, who were admitted on an unplanned basis, since 2012/13; although the methods to be used were undefined. A recent article investigates the views of staff … Continue reading

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An Innovative Approach Hospital Overcrowding / Inadequate Bed Availability, Worthy of More Serious Consideration? (BBC News / CareRooms)

Summary The narrative about various inter-related crises in health and social care typically concerns the problem of excess demand for, and limited supply of, places in the community providing support for persons needing to be discharged from hospitals. Commentators commonly … Continue reading

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Unmet Social Care Needs of Older People Living in Their Own Homes (Ipsos MORI / NIHR / Age UK / NatCen Social Research / Independent Age)

Summary Ipsos MORI, in association with the NIHR School for Social Care Research, Age UK, NatCen Social Research and Independent Age, have produced a report exploring the nature and extent of “unmet needs” for social care among older persons living … Continue reading

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Inequalities in Health and Care of People With Learning Disabilities (BBC News / NHS Digital)

Summary NHS Digital’s report on the health and care of people with learning disabilities, based on information from over half of GP practices in England between 2014 and 2016, has identified continuing health inequalities in terms of differences in the … Continue reading

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