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.
Health Foundation response to the Health and Social Care Committee on the need for a comprehensive workforce strategy for eh NHS and social care sectors.
Research into the impact of COVID-19 on legal obligations within adult social care and safeguarding across England and Wales, to provide an understanding of how the pandemic has affected adults with c...
The Health Foundation has launched the REAL Centre, dedicating £20m of investment to its work supporting long-term planning in health and social care.
Catch up on the inaugural REAL Challenge Lecture by Sir Andrew Dilnot in which he outlined how some key challenges in health and social care are exacerbated by a short-termist approach and why longer-...
Lucinda Allen and Tim Gardner discuss new polling that shows strong public support for an immigration route for social care and what such a policy could mean for the sector's workforce challenges.
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