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Links 1 through 10 of 296 by Rich Watts tagged socialcare

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Nice work from the Department of Health: "We want you to tell us about your favourite health apps, and to hear your ideas for new apps that you would like to see. Submit your idea by clicking the ‘submit new idea’ button at the bottom of this page."

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As good a summary as I've seen on this issue.

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"The Department of Health has opened applications for its Innovation, Excellence and Strategic Development Fund, which aims to support the voluntary sector in developing innovation across the health sector."

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"The focus of Keeping House is helping people maintain their independence. We aim to do this through two routes: providing information on a range of services/support available across the city and through helping socially-minded services to develop. This two-sided approach has been at the core of the project since we began in 2005."

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"A former prima ballerina left disabled after a stroke has lost her supreme court battle for an overnight carer to give her "dignity and independence"."

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"final report of Commission on Funding of Care and Support in England throws down a desperately needed gauntlet to government. Ministers must seize the opportunity to radically reform our woefully inadequate social care system."

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"The government is under pressure to consider tax rises and further spending cuts to find the money to pay for the overhaul of social care."

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"The Health Committee has agreed today that it will conduct an inquiry this autumn to follow up the work of the Dilnot Commission on Funding of Care and Support. The principal focus of the inquiry will be how to develop and implement a long term approach to funding the provision of care and support. The inquiry may also examine alternative models of commissioning and provision across the health and social care sectors."

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