Tag Archives: Facing the Facts Shaping the Future: Adult Social Care Workforce Consultation

Examining Alternative Visions of Funding Social Care for Older People in England (King’s Fund / Health Foundation)

The Kings Fund and the Health Foundation have produced a report on “Approaches to social care funding”. It considers the various advantages and disadvantages of a variety of proposed approaches to funding social care for older people, which include (quotation): … Continue reading

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Social Care Unsustainable as a Cinderella Service (BBC News / NAO / King’s Fund / Health Foundation / Skills for Care)

Summary A recent National Audit Office (NAO) report explains why the Department of Health and Social Care needs to work harder to support the social care workforce. The number of people working in care does not match the growing demands … Continue reading

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