Tag Archives: Social Care Funding

Seventy Thousand Extra Care Home Places Required in England by 2025? (BBC News / Lancet)

Summary Researchers at Newcastle University have confirmed the general view that people are living longer, but that the later years of life often require high levels care (whether in people’s own homes or in residential care). They estimate that there … 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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Public Opinion Update on the NHS and Social Care (Health Foundation)

Summary Public opinion has even greater significance in the context of the June 2017 General Election. “The Health Foundation commissioned Ipsos MORI to do a survey of the general public in Great Britain on their views about funding of the … Continue reading

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King’s Fund Videos Explaining How Social Care Works and is Funded (King’s Fund / NHS England)

Summary The King’s Fund has produced three videos to raise awareness of how social care operates in England. The topics covered include: What is social care? Who provides social care? How is social care paid for? Full Text Link Reference … Continue reading

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Recent Assessments of Adult Social Care in England (House of Commons Library / BBC News / Health Foundation)

Summary BBC News has recently run a mini-series of pieces investigating the state of social care and the inter-dependencies between performance in this sector and ongoing pressures within the NHS. Full Text Link Reference Triggle, N. (2017). 10 charts that … Continue reading

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Uncertain Reactions Concerning Changes to the Social Care Precept (BBC News)

Summary While social care budgets are widely claimed to be on a tipping-point of unsustainability, reactions to this week’s announcements have been ambivalent at best. Many commentators talk disparagingly of recent proposals for increases to the social care precept as … Continue reading

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People With Dementia Failed By Standards of Homecare Staff Training? (Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary The Alzheimer’s Society has alleged that perhaps only 2% of homecare workers have adequate dementia training and awareness. Full Text Link Reference Shocking reality of dementia homecare hidden behind closed doors. London: Alzheimer’s Society, November 16th 2016. Probably also … Continue reading

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