PM urged to take action on social care – Carers UK

Carers UK has joined other charities, care providers, health bodies, employers, and unions to sign an open letter to Prime Minister calling for cross-party action on social care reform

see in full here

Further articles can be found :-

The Telegraph

Public Service

Failing care leaving old at risk

The Guardian

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2 Responses to “PM urged to take action on social care – Carers UK”

  1. malka Says:

    good to see that people are finally waking up to what this government are doing…..let’s see this kind of action highlighting welfare reforms too……

  2. Kevin Says:

    Information kindly provided by Carers.org

    1. PCT spending 10/11

    http://professionals.carers.org/health/articles/nhs-given-150m-to-support-carers,5615,PR.html

    2. Satisfaction survey of adult social care users:

    http://www.ic.nhs.uk/statistics-and-data-collections/social-care/adult-social-care-information/personal-social-services-adult-social-care-survey-england–final-2010-11

    The fourth attachment down gives you result by council.

    3. Level of activity (numbers supported) and spend

    http://www.ic.nhs.uk/statistics-and-data-collections/social-care/adult-social-care-information/personal-social-services-expenditure-and-unit-costs-2010-11-provisional-release

    The fourth and fifth attachments listed gives you results by council.

    4. Satisfaction survey of carers 09/10

    See attached which ranks council by how well they were performing for carers on things that they will be measured against for the new Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework. http://www.ic.nhs.uk/statistics-and-data-collections/social-care/adult-social-care-information/personal-social-services-survey-of-adult-carers-in-england–2009-10

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