Tag Archives: Projections of Supply of Intense Unpaid Care to Older Parents

Adult Social Care in England: Official Report (House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts / BBC News)

Summary This House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts report suggests that implementation of the Care Act will depend on an unprecedented degree of collaboration across every level of government. The report indicates that roughly 220,000 people working in social … Continue reading

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Flexible Hours for Carers: a Growing Care Gap (BBC News / Ageing and Society)

Summary An estimated 675,000 older people depend upon unpaid carers, usually their children. Jeremy Hunt has proposed that a cultural change is needed among employers so that carers have parity of esteem, and receive similar flexible working opportunities to parents … Continue reading

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