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Alzheimer's Society responds to the Government's budget today, which included no additional investment in social care.
We need systematic changes to how fractures are treated to prevent healthcare inequalities that exist when it comes to getting access to a fracture liaison service, says the Royal Osteoporosis Society.
In response to the Care Quality Commission’s report on sexuality and sexual safety in care homes, Kathryn Smith, Chief Operating Officer at Alzheimer’s Society said:
Ministers have been warned not to “close the door” on overseas social care workers amid claims the Government’s major immigration shake-up could lead to fresh staff shortages.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is facing a legal challenge over his department's handling of patients with autism, following action by the equalities watchdog.
Veterans welfare model hailed as paradigm.
Dr Hugh Milroy, CEO of the national charity Veterans Aid, reflects on the suggestion that veterans’ problems should not be dealt with by mainstream agencies.
Hft, a national charity that supports adults with learning disabilities, outlines the findings from their Sector Pulse Check - an annual snapshot of the financial health of the social care sector.
Social care is in crisis – we need to start putting people first, rather than profit, writes James Murray MP
Until we properly recognise and reward care work, we will never have a system that provides the quality of care that everyone deserves, writes Charlotte Nichols MP
This week, Lord Dubs talks to Georgina Bailey about family reunification for unaccompanied child refugees after Brexit
The Government's additional £1bn spending commitment is not sufficient even to meet the current gap, it's clear our social care system needs urgent reform, writes Helen Hayes MP.
Staffing levels in health and social care settings should be mandated to ensure we have the right number of professionals, with the right skills, to provide safe and effective care, writes Baroness Watkins.
This International Day of Persons with Disabilities, national learning disability charity Hft is celebrating their achievements in highlighting the issues affecting people with disabilities.
Alzheimer’s Society has released data showing that more people affected by dementia than ever are desperately seeking help.
A Labour government will “restore dignity and support” for the UK's old people, John McDonnell has claimed.