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Sixty Icon Are expectations for integrating health and social care unrealistic?
Better joint working between sectors is being seen as part of a shift to a preventive model of care, but there should be pragmatism about what can be achieved.
The Guardian - Posted 12/03/2014

As funds for social care are drying up, could you afford to pay care home fees? Our guide has all you need to know
Around 200,000 elderly people have stopped receiving vital care in their home in the past four years, a new report has found.
Mail Online - Posted 12/03/2014

Specialist housing and support for people suffering from dementia showcased at Liverpool event
Riverside - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon Care Bill amendment suffers heavy defeat
A proposed amendment to the Care Bill was defeated last night in parliament by 276 to 13 votes with Labour abstaining.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: Better care for frail older people
Health and social care for older people with long-term illness costs £30 billion per year. This cost is only set to rise as the number of over 65s is expected to double in the next 20 years.
Deloitte UK - Posted 10/03/2014

An integrated local future for homes, health and care
The National Health Service (NHS) is on a ‘burning platform of funding’ and cannot continue as it does now; the future lies in new, community-based partnerships with housing and social care providers.
PlaceShapers - Posted 10/03/2014

Sixty Icon Care for the elderly: warning over £135m cash that could be squandered on admin
Money intended to improve care for elderly and disabled people could end up being spent on bureaucracy, an alliance of councils and charities warns.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 10/03/2014

Sixty Icon Care bill: there is still work to be done
As the bill reaches report stage in the Commons, campaigners are calling for a better settlement on funding care.
The Guardian - Posted 10/03/2014

Health and social care: you might not get rich, but the rewards are great
A master's in social work or healthcare can help carers in their current job or help them get promoted.
The Guardian - Posted 10/03/2014

Don't patronise the elderly. Just show them some respect
NHS staff should ditch 'ageing suits' and faux empathy for older patients and show some compassion instead.
The Guardian - Posted 10/03/2014

MPs urged to back new care bill clause
Home Group is calling on more than 150 MPs to back an amendment to the Care Bill to ensure proposed care reforms are properly funded.
Home Group - Posted 08/03/2014

Placeshapers Health & Housing Conference
A collection of tweets from the conference on 5th March 2014.
Storify - Posted 08/03/2014

Sixty Icon PlaceShapers conference shares vision for integrated homes, health and care
The National Health Service (NHS) is on a ‘burning platform of funding’ and cannot continue as it does now; the future lies in new, community-based partnerships with housing and social care providers.
24 Housing - Posted 07/03/2014

Let's transform health and social care
Independence Day hearing to explore the public's reluctance to embrace reform.
The Guardian - Posted 07/03/2014

Could generalists lead the war against excess in the NHS?
Generalism can help patients choose what they want and understand the risks and benefits of treatments.
The Guardian - Posted 07/03/2014

Sixty Icon Making our health and care systems fit for an ageing population
Our fragmented health and care system is not meeting the needs of older people, who are most likely to suffer problems with co-ordination of care and delays in transitions between services.
The King's Fund - Posted 07/03/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: What price independent lives? - Benefit cuts and disabled tenants
Six months on since a number of major changes to important benefits began to take effect, Habinteg analysed the impact of some of the benefit cuts on Habinteg tenants and on Habinteg as a housing provider committed to independent living.
Habinteg Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 06/03/2014

Massive fall in care spend for older people since 2010
A damning report from Age UK reveals that spend on social care services for older people has dropped by at least £769m since 2010.
Age UK - Posted 06/03/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: The DFG Crisis & The Better Care Fund
Reading this could save your region £millions in health & social care costs next year...
AKW - Posted 06/03/2014

Higher apprenticeship scheme could shape the future of care services
New leadership and management programme is being widely adopted and is attracting an older workforce.
The Guardian - Posted 06/03/2014

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