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Sixty Icon PDF: How Extra Care Living helped in the Regeneration of Longbridge
This case study describes how a common goal can bring renewed life into a struggling community. Hit by the collapse of MG Rover in 2005, Longbridge suffered from significant job losses and the inevitable challenges that this brings.
Housing LIN - Posted 12/12/2017

Four Seasons heading for debt reprieve deal as talks enter fourth day
Care-homes provider Four Seasons was rushing to seal a debt reprieve deal with US hedge fund H/2 Capital as talks entered their fourth day on Monday.
London Evening Standard - Posted 12/12/2017

NHS funding needs cross-party review, says ex-health trust chief after resignation
“Unless we do that we’re just going to carry on staggering along, kicking the can down the road and not really addressing the fundamental issues,” Lord Kerslake added.
The Independent - Posted 12/12/2017

Sixty Icon NHS bosses 'bloody stupid' to expect £4bn cash injection
Ministers will have been annoyed by ‘negativity’ of health service’s leadership, says outgoing NHS Improvement chief.
The Guardian - Posted 12/12/2017

Lord Kerslake quits role as chairman of NHS trust in protest over funding issues
The House of Lords peer said he did not take his decision lightly.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Urgent talks over future of Four Seasons care homes in UK
Creditor H/2 makes concessions amid crisis at health firm caring for 17,000 elderly and vulnerable people.
The Guardian - Posted 11/12/2017

NHS trust boss resigns in protest over underfunding of health services
Bob Kerslake quits as chair of King’s College hospital board, claiming NHS funding ‘desperately’ needs rethink amid unrealistic demands for savings.
The Guardian - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Lord Kerslake resigns as King's College Hospital Trust chair
Lord Kerslake has resigned as the chairman of a major London hospital trust because of NHS funding problems.
BBC - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Britain's care home industry set to face multi-million-pound legal actions if they provide poor service
Britain's care home industry could face multi-million-pound legal actions from consumers and councils in the wake of a report by the Competition and Markets Authority.
Mail Online - Posted 10/12/2017

Hopes for breakthrough for care provider Four Seasons
Troubled care homes operator Four Seasons could reach a breakthrough with its biggest creditor, the investment firm H/2 Capital Partners on Monday, sources suggested.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 10/12/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Written Evidence: A submission by the Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN) to the GLA housing strategy draft for public consultation
The Housing LIN (Learning and Improvement Network) is a sophisticated, national peer-to-peer network bringing together over 40,000 housing, health and social care professionals to exemplify innovative housing solutions for an ageing population, and to meet the needs and aspirations of disabled people, of all ages.
Housing LIN - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon The over-70s who mortgage their homes to pay for care
Like many pensioners, Celia Smith faced an agonising choice as she began to realise she would need long-term care. The 73-year-old was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 25 years ago but didn't need care until a decade later when she fell down the stairs, damaging her spine.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/12/2017

Services to be ‘sorely tested’ with patients braced for ‘winter of misery’
NHS Providers said the NHS was “not where it would want to be” heading into winter.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon Figures show ‘levelling-off’ of life expectancy growth rates
Though it’s continuing to increase in all parts of the UK, there is big variation between areas.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 08/12/2017

Revealed: The London borough with the longest healthy life expectancy in the UK
The London borough of Richmond upon Thames has the highest healthy life expectancy in the UK for men, new figures reveal.
London Evening Standard - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon NHS England accused of hiding hospitals' winter crisis alert figures
Opposition MPs accuse government of covering up ‘evidence that the NHS is under unsustainable pressure’.
The Guardian - Posted 08/12/2017

Social Care - 07 December 2017
This oral statement is the Government’s response to the recent Opposition day debate on social care on Wednesday 25 October. - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon £72,500 social care cap to be scrapped, MPs told
A £72,500 cap on social care costs due to come into effect in England will be scrapped, a health minister says.
BBC - Posted 07/12/2017

There is no silver bullet for social care, but ministers must not dodge the issue
With services under severe strain, the government must catalyse a culture shift that puts prevention at the heart of care.
The Guardian - Posted 07/12/2017

Long A&E waits: 3m a year wait over four hours
The number of long A&E waits across the UK has more than doubled in the past four years as hospitals struggle to cope with demand, BBC analysis shows.
BBC - Posted 07/12/2017

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