Social care Social care is the personal care or support given to children or adults in need or at risk
This care or support can be both practical and emotional – and the individual’s needs might stem from illness, disability, old age or poverty.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
Has national support for adult social care staff in England during the pandemic been adequate? Lucinda Allen looks at what was missing.
Our analysis of the national government policy response for social care after the first wave of the pandemic.
Health Foundation response to the report by the Health and Social Care Select Committee on the Government's White Paper proposals for the reform of Health and Social Care
Despite government promising to 'fix the crisis in social care once and for all', no plan to reform the sector has yet emerged. Here we explore whether recent objections to a cap on care costs truly s...
ITT: Independent evaluation of IMPACT: IMProving Adult Care Together (UK Centre for Evidence Implementation in Adult Social Care)
We are seeking an evaluation partner to undertake an independent evaluation of the IMProving Adult Care Together (IMPACT) Centre, a new centre for implementing evidence in adult social care, funded by...
We are seeking an evaluation partner to undertake a qualitative process evaluation of our Strengthening Social Care Analytics programme.
Joint letter to The Times from the Health Foundation, The King's Fund and Nuffield Trust calls for social care reform proposals to be brought forward in the Queen's Speech.