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.
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Five messages for government about priorities and options for social care reform in England.
With the Conservative party conference around the corner, and General Election anticipation at fever pitch, Ruth Thorlby dissects the social care proposals presented by the two main opposition parties...
The Health Foundation and the Economic and Social Research Council partner to support a new UK Centre to enhance the use of research evidence in adult social care
The Centre will aim to increase the use of high quality research evidence to improve and support innovation within adult social care.
The Health Foundation joins The King's Fund and Nuffield Trust in writing joint letter to MPs outlining four areas where the impact of a no-deal Brexit could be felt most sharply in health and social ...
Health Foundation says political will and £7.5bn of additional government funding will establish a fairer, more stable care system
Project to investigate the factors influencing low staff retention in UK social care, with the aim of improving understanding of the organisational and individual drivers of care staff retention, and ...
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