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Authorities must provide access to earlier financial advice for self-funders to prevent hardship for them and reduce risks of them falling back on local authority funding, says think-tank report.   Councils have improved their support for people funding their own care but big gaps remain resulting in significant hardship ....
Andrea Sutcliffe will lead delivery of new ratings system and shift towards specialist inspection of adult care services.     The Care Quality Commission has appointed Social Care Institute for Excellence chief executive Andrea Sutcliffe as its first chief inspector of social care.   Sutcliffe will be tasked with reshaping ....
New rights to support for carers in the Care Bill are welcome but the government risks setting the eligibility threshold too high, says Chloe Wright of Carers UK, in this guest post.   The government's Care Bill aims to put the rights of carers on a par with those ....
Thursday 11th July 2013, 6pm to 8pm   We really hope you, your family and friends will be joining us for our annual Summer Buffet. We are so grateful to everyone who supports Headway Shropshire without your support we really couldn't provide the services we deliver, we ....
With the summer fast approaching, many people will be thinking of holidays in the sun to recharge their batteries after the long and cold winter. However, for many of those caring for loved ones, even a couple of days away can seem impossible.   But there is help ....
Independent Care Solutions are always looking for suitable venues as they take their advisory services on the road.   Independent Care Solutions helps those funding their own care or who want a more independent approach to their support to find the right services to suit their needs, ....
Care minister Norman Lamb is meeting care providers later to discuss what he says is a crisis in care of the elderly and disabled at home. Mr Lamb says a quarter of all clients in England are unhappy with the service they receive. BBC social affairs correspondent ....
When Huw Jermine was diagnosed with a degenerative brain disease, he and his wife Val didn't know where to turn for help.   The couple found it hard to make their way through a complicated system where it was not clear what benefits they were entitled to or how ....
A finance expert based in Shropshire has questioned who will actually benefit from Government proposals to cap long-term care costs.           Robin Melley, from Matrix Capital near Bridgnorth, claims the new proposals may not be as appealing as they seem. "It may look like good news that ....
Care Quality Commission says it found that fewer hospitals were respecting people's privacy compared with previous year     Older people in nearly a fifth of hospitals are not being treated with dignity or afforded the respect and privacy they need - and the situation appears to be getting ....
More than 150 operations were cancelled at Shropshire's two main hospitals in a single month, it was revealed today.   In January, 152 operations were cancelled at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and Telford's Princess Royal Hospital.   The operations were cancelled on the day of surgery for non-medical reasons.   It ....
More than 320,000 of the 400,000 people living in care homes in England, Wales and Northern Ireland now have dementia or severe memory problems, the Alzheimer's Society charity estimates. It said the figure was almost 30% higher than previous estimates because of the rise in the ....
As Fundraising Lead for Shropshire Disability Network I want to remind you about one of our main fundraisers for 2013. I hope you will be able to support us. This will be a great night, it gives us opportunity to meet you & the proceeds raised will ....
Carers monthly group meeting at the Monkmoor Hotel, Monkmoor Road Shrewsbury 7pm till 8.30pm on Thursday 28th February.    All carers welcome to join us in the function room to hear a talk about Benthall Hall at Broseley.    Please ring 01743 341995 for more information ....
The findings of the CQC review of home care services show that good care is being delivered, but a minority of people are affected by late or missed calls, lack of continuity of care workers, poor care planning and more. CQC began their review of home ....
An information resource and summary for care workers on the prevention and control of infection in care homes has been published.   These aim to assist staff in taking all reasonable steps to protect residents and staff from acquiring infections and cross infection; and provide information and ....
"Three years on: Stories from the pilot programme", a DVD of patient and clinician experiences with personal health budgets, is now available to health and social care professionals.   Seven patients, in the final year of the personal health budgets pilot programme, share their experiences, what the ....
Hospital bosses in Shropshire today renewed their call to patients to think twice before using 999 and A&E services after new figures revealed the county's two main hospitals had no spare beds on at least 12 days last month.   The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust ....
It is unacceptable that people who dedicate their lives to caring for vulnerable relatives are not getting the support they need.   It takes a really special person to care for someone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and my mum and dad are two ....
Plans for a 75,000 cap on the amount the elderly will have to pay for social care in England will give people "greater peace of mind", Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said. Mr Hunt told MPs the current social care system was unfair and left many ....
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