Fixing Social Care, New funding, new methods, new partnerships

THE NEED TO RE-THINK A more rational and affordable care system will involve disrupting the market. But the result of that disruption, through methods such as insurance and government cost sharing, or pension-fund financing of care home provision, will be greater supply, greater sustainability and greater fairness. Public  sector  reforms  are  part  of  this:  forContinue reading “Fixing Social Care, New funding, new methods, new partnerships”

The cost of care homes is becoming more expensive. We’ve produced a calculator to help you work out the costs which can easily be over £100k. Plus we’ve answered the 12 important financial questions you should consider when moving in to a care home. https://t.co/azJx5sWUkN

ukcareguide: The cost of care homes is becoming more expensive. We’ve produced a calculator to help you work out the costs which can easily be over £100k. Plus we’ve answered the 12 important financial questions you should consider when moving in to a care home. https://t.co/azJx5sWUkN — UK Care Guide (@UKCareGuide) June 1, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsContinue reading “The cost of care homes is becoming more expensive. We’ve produced a calculator to help you work out the costs which can easily be over £100k. Plus we’ve answered the 12 important financial questions you should consider when moving in to a care home. https://t.co/azJx5sWUkN”

The rising cost of residential care and lack of government oversight

Claire Sands writing for the Howard League for Penal Reform in January 2019 The National Audit Office (NAO) published a report on Pressures on children’s social care. It was produced against the backdrop of increasing strain on finances and services, particularly children’s services, that local authorities have been experiencing. It set out to examine recentContinue reading “The rising cost of residential care and lack of government oversight”