Guidance published by NICE this month looks at people's experiences in adult social care services and how they can be improved. In this blog post, ex-chair Alice Maynard shares why it's so important for the guidance to be shaped by the experiences of people receiving social care.
CJ Marshall MCIPR is Senior Public Affairs and Media Officer Future Care Capital, a national charity committed to engaging, educating and involving every generation in the development and delivery of unified health and care provision.
Benali Hamdache, Campaigns Engagement Manager at Parkinson’s UK, shares how vital Parkinson’s specialist nurses are for people with the condition and explains why they are increasingly coming under threat.
Person-centred care shouldn’t be an add-on or an afterthought; it should be embedded in the way that on-going care and support is delivered. For people with a learning disability and dementia this is no exception.
A blog from Ewan King, director of business development and delivery, the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) on using people's and communities’ strengths, skills and networks. If we just focus on services, we will miss the opportunity to foster social networks.
Seven days have passed and everything has changed. A landslide became a minority government. Two health ministers , David Mowatt and Nicola Blackwood, lost their seats. Hard Brexit might become a bit softer. Two party politics is back, for now.
But, actually, a lot of things haven’t changed at all.