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Britain's care home providers will be forced to declare their links to offshore tax havens
Britain's care home providers will be forced to declare their links to offshore tax havens, Financial Mail can reveal.
Mail Online - Posted 26/11/2017

Sixty Icon Councils forced to use emergency cash to pay for social care as funding shortfall grows
Exclusive: More than half of local authorities due to overspend on social care this year with most set to make up shortfall through reserves.
The Independent - Posted 26/11/2017

Sixty Icon Hammond backtracked on funding after 'fury' at NHS boss's demands
Sources say health service would have got more in budget if NHS England chief executive had not made public demand for extra £4bn.
The Guardian - Posted 26/11/2017

Sixty Icon Senior Tories in budget backlash over NHS and social care cash
Two former health secretaries and chair of select committee call for end to short-term thinking as crisis grows.
The Guardian - Posted 26/11/2017

The Observer view on the social care crisis
This great looming disaster was ignored in the budget.
The Guardian - Posted 26/11/2017

NHS prepares for financial showdown
The Budget is over, the battle lines are drawn. Stand by for a prolonged period of speculation about how NHS England will respond to a funding announcement one of its top officials, Sir Bruce Keogh, has described as "worrying".
BBC - Posted 26/11/2017

Work of carers is not being recognised
New research released to mark Carers Rights Day has shown that nearly half of the population do not know a carer.
Third Force News - Posted 25/11/2017

Sixty Icon We're living longer but in poorer health, warns thinktank
Life expectancy is increasing, but the number of years of healthy life in retirement is not keeping up, with dramatic variations seen across the country.
The Guardian - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Conservatives will break NHS funding pledge, Labour claims
Government is not promising enough money to meet pledge to increase real-terms funding for NHS in each year of parliament, Labour says.
The Guardian - Posted 24/11/2017

What being a carer taught me: the human spirit needs more than the basics
Society shuns the idea and reality of ageing. Have we forgotten that these are the generations that rebuilt the country after the war, and created the NHS?
The Guardian - Posted 24/11/2017

The Guardian view on NHS spending: what’s enough?
NHS England fronts up to the Treasury. In Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon ponders higher taxes for higher health spending. The debate is on.
The Guardian - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Have there been two decades of failure to reform social care?
A politically-charged Budget has passed with no mention of social care, despite a growing sense in recent years that provision for older people and younger disabled adults is on the point of crisis.
BBC - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Dundee smart health and care strategy - A strategic plan for using technology to support people to live independently and manage their own health and care - 2017-2020
In recognising the potential of technology to enable citizens of Dundee to access the information and support that they need to live a fulfilled life, we have established three strategic outcomes.
Dundee Health & Social Care Partnership - Posted 24/11/2017

Why is the government waging a war against disabled people?
Ministers’ social care and welfare reforms represent a deliberately prejudiced, vicious attack on a significant minority of the population.
The Guardian - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon Care, defence, savers... what the Chancellor DIDN'T say: Campaigners tell of their shock after Hammond did not mention social care during his statement
Social care and defence were two of the most notable omissions from the Budget yesterday.
Mail Online - Posted 23/11/2017

Rise in `excess deaths´ for elderly last winter `likely due to flu´
Respiratory diseases, including flu, claimed thousands of lives of elderly people last winter as “excess winter deaths” reached the second highest level in eight years, new figures show.
Mail Online - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: “A place of my own”. Co-designing independent living for people with a learning or physical disability
NHS England’s ‘Building the right home’ provides a framework to encourage commissioners and providers to expand the housing options available for people with a learning disability, autism or both, who display behaviour that challenges.
Housing LIN - Posted 23/11/2017

The truth about who really picks up the tab for care home provision
Diane Wall writes that the privatisation of care homes means there is no limit what they can charge when demand is so high.
The Guardian - Posted 23/11/2017

NHS Budget plan not enough, say bosses
The extra money announced by the chancellor in the Budget for the NHS in England is not enough, health service bosses say.
BBC - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon Budget's £1.6bn cash boost for NHS less than half of experts’ advice
Government warned anything short of extra £4bn next year would leave service struggling to deliver care.
The Guardian - Posted 23/11/2017

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