Tag Archives: Social Exclusion

Report on Loneliness in Later Life (Age UK)

Summary An Age UK report presents an overview of the latest evidence on loneliness among people aged over 50. Full Text Link Reference All the lonely people: loneliness in later life. London: Age UK, September 2018. There was an earlier, … Continue reading

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Further Information on Reducing Loneliness and Social Isolation (SCIE / Renaisi / BBC News / NIHR / Lancet)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)’s “SCIE Highlights No.3” briefing covers possible interventions to reduce loneliness and social isolation, and examines examples of good practice from the commissioning perspective. Full Text Link Reference Tackling loneliness and social isolation. the role of commissioners. … Continue reading

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Dignity in Care: SCIE Videos on Caring With Dignity (SCIE)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has produced three new videos about dignity in care, making eight in total. There are said to be eight main factors which contribute to the provision of dignity with care. Choice and … Continue reading

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Dementia Friends: Supporting People With Dementia at Christmas (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / PHE / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) and Alzheimer’s Society have released an impressive professional quality “With a little help from my friends” musical video, to raise dementia awareness during the festive season. The aim of this captivating pop video is to … Continue reading

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Loneliness in Old Age: Male Perspectives (BBC News / ILC-UK / Independent Age)

Summary Increasing numbers of men face loneliness and isolation in old age, according to research by the International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) and Independent Age. While older women are likely to remain more likely to outlive their husbands, it is also … Continue reading

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Renewed Call for Parity of Esteem for Mental and Physical Health (BBC News / Department of Health)

Summary Professor Dame Sally Davies, England’s Chief Medical Officer, has expressed support for giving mental health services a higher priority, with targets for waiting times and better protection for funding. Mental illness is estimated to cost between £70bn and £100bn … Continue reading

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