Tag Archives: Reasons for Delayed Discharge

Carers UK’s Pressure Points Report: Building on the Role of Carers in Supporting the NHS (Carers UK)

Summary A recent Carers UK report examined the potential role(s) of carers in helping to reduce emergency admissions and re-admissions to hospital; and to minimise delayed transfers of care from hospital. Around 40% carers who have taken their dependents to A&E … Continue reading

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Commissioning of Services for People With Learning Disabilities: Latest “Challenge Ahead” Report (BBC News / ACEVO / NHS England / HEE)

Summary Sir Stephen Bubb, author of the “Winterbourne View: Time for Change” (2014) report, has recommended that the role of a Learning Disabilities Commissioner is required to promote and protect the rights of people with learning disabilities in England. Full … Continue reading

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