Care sector funding- what impact will the election non result have?

It is far too early to have any clear idea of what effect the result of last week’s general election will have on care sector funding. There is, however, an underlying feeling is that there has been a shift in the ground which people are viewing with a certain amount of positivity. Vic Rayner, the […]

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Funding crisis for local care homes

The care homes funding crisis continues. A series of new financial measures from our Local Authorities look set to cause even more pain to already beleaguered care homes in the region. This is somewhat surprising when set against the backdrop of Local Authorities being able to raise the council tax precept by an extra 3% […]

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Funding crisis for local care homes

The care homes funding crisis continues. A series of new financial measures from our Local Authorities look set to cause even more pain to already beleaguered care homes in the region. This is somewhat surprising when set against the backdrop of Local Authorities being able to raise the council tax precept by an extra 3% […]

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  • Care

Spring is in the Air and so is the Care Act

Like it or not the Care Act is here and is most likely to remain regardless of political comment in the run up to the parliamentary elections next month. Frankly, regardless of the colour of the next Government it is doubtful that any major changes will be made. Nevertheless, the elephant in the room that […]

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Health and social care integration – Will it work?

Blogging seems to be a part of everyday life. When responsibly written they are a very good source of discovering current opinion, not least about the care sector. So, this month we thought we would reproduce a recent blog, with the authors’ approval, about health and social care integration. This was originally published by Caring […]

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