Why the market matters in adult social care (and what we can do about it)

Omar Idriss, Stephen Rocks, Simon Bottery If the adult social care market worked well, as the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has explained in the case of care homes, it would match supply and demand, and people would make well-informed choices about how their care needs are met. Those working in the sector would beContinue reading “Why the market matters in adult social care (and what we can do about it)”

Social Pedagogy and adult residential care

Richard Banks, Residential Forum member, starts to get an understanding of what Social Pedagogy might have to offer in adult social care Social Pedagogy has been on the edge of discussions about adult care services for a long time. Despite the examples of remarkable services and projects with children, the theories have not made theirContinue reading “Social Pedagogy and adult residential care”