The Shadow Health Secretary gave a brief speech to welcome attendees at the Health and Care Forum Reception on Sunday evening at the Labour conference.
Alzheimer’s Society explain why this conference season it starts with you.
In response to the report ‘Social Care for Older People: Home Truths’ by The King’s Fund and Nuffield Trust, Janet Morrison, Chief Executive of Independent Age, said:
Responding to a new report on community health services by The King’s Fund, entitled “Understanding Quality in District Nursing Services”, Janet Morrison, Chief Executive of Independent Age, said:
The Shadow Health Secretary writes for PoliticsHome explaining the enormous cost in human misery social care cuts have.
Independent Age’s response to the Health Select Committee report entitled Impact of the Spending Review On Health And Social Care.
ADASS Budget Survey and social care funding gap - comment from Independent Age, the older people's charity.
New series of essays demonstrate that health will not be improved by health care alone.
The majority of British people have experienced loneliness and also know someone who is lonely, according to new research.
Responding to figures showing increased ambulance waits for patients, Janet Morrison, Chief Executive of Independent Age, the older people's charity, said:
Nearly three quarters of care homes originally rated ‘Inadequate’ have improved their ratings following re-inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) showed analysis published today (Wednesday 25 May).
An Alzheimer’s Society and Care England investigation uncovers a shocking double-standard in the NHS which sees care home residents with dementia routinely overcharged for second-class treatment.
Speaking to PoliticsHome, Labour MP Chris Matheson slams the Government for “piling misery upon misfortune” in its relentless plunder of disability benefits.
A report launched today (21 April) at the 31st International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International ‘ADI’ in Budapest asserts Alzheimer’s Society as a global leader in tackling dementia and calls for recognition of the human rights and dignity of people with dementia.
The Department of Health and NHS England are starting to make progress with the actions needed to implement access and waiting time standards for people with mental health conditions, but much remains to be done, according to the National Audit Office. Today’s report from the spending watchdog is the first in a planned programme of work on mental health.
DUP MP Jim Shannon writes ahead of his Westminster Hall debate this week on Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
The benefits of taking action to encourage more older and disabled people to use apps to improve their public transport experience are highlighted in a report published today.