The next Government must commit to meaningful reform of the social care sector if it wants to secure its long term future, says Sense.
Billy Davis of Hft says in order to effectively address the multiple issues facing social care, the portfolio for social care needs to be reinstated to a Minister of State in the next Government.
Saga comments on Theresa May's announcement that a Conservative Government will consult on possible cap on social care costs.
Alzheimer’s Society warns of generations unprepared for astronomical dementia costs.
The Conservatives may use their manifesto to pledge the implementation of a care cap in the next parliament, says Dods Monitoring Consultant, Daniel Laing.
Simon Bottery sets out Independent Age's key manifesto asks ahead of the June General Election.
Jayne challenges those in 'ivory towers' to do her job for a week and change their attitude.
More than 900 adult social care workers a day quit their job in England last year, according to analysis by the BBC of data released by the charity Skills for care. 60% of those leaving a job left working in the adult social care sector altogether.
The postcode lottery in social care is an 'age-old problem' that is badly in need of new solutions, says Independent Age.
Janet Morrison, Chief Executive of Independent Age, the older people’s charity has responded to the announcement of the triggering of Article 50.
Lisa Harris, head of communications for Saga comments an investigation by the BBC's Panorama found that as many as one in four private providers in England is at risk of insolvency, while 69 companies have closed in the last three months alone.
Union criticises government's social care budget plans as staff and residents at Amethyst House in Doncaster notified their home will be closing.
Paul Green, Saga's director of communication, has responded to Meg Hillier MP's PoliticsHome article on health and social care funding.
Today the Chancellor Philip Hammond outlined the government's spending priorities for the year, and announced £2bn additional funding for social care over the next three years.
Mike Adamson, chief executive of the British Red Cross has responded to the social care announcements made in the Budget.
Janet Morrison, Chief Executive of Independent Age, the older people's charity has responded to social care announcements made in the Budget.
Local authorities are ‘the forgotten cousins’ of public expenditure, as the financial crisis facing social care gathers pace, Unite, the country’s largest union, said today (Monday 6 March).
CEO of Independent Age writes for PoliticsHome ahead of the Budget, calling upon the Chancellor to give older people access to the affordable care they need and keep them independent.
A national solution to the social care crisis is needed; but there must be a short term mechanism to stop the inequality gap widening further, says Alan Johnson MP.
Writing exclusively for PoliticsHome, Diana Johnson MP argues that Sex and Relationship Education should be compulsory in all schools to help children deal with the 'wrong messages' that are still prevalent in society.
Diana Johnson MP: Sex and Relationship Education should become compulsory in schools to help children deal with the 'wrong messages' that are still prevalent in our society.
Dr Steve Cox, Chief Executive of the charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), responds to Lord Storey's call for AEDs in all schools.
Simon Bottery, Director of Policy at Independent Age, the older people's charity, has responded to news that Surrey County Council have proposed a 15% council tax rise.
New research from the Chartered Insurance Institute's Underwriting Faculty New Generation Group shows that vulnerable customers require special consideration from the insurance profession.