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Call for government to ditch ‘discriminatory’ PIP rules for NHS care home stays
Dementia research must study care as well as cure
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Fears over pressure on care system as National Audit Office warns staff and funding are not sustainable
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Dementia sufferers 'wiped out' financially in 'unfair' care system, says Jeremy Hunt
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Dementia study adds to calls for more funding of music therapy
Music can help reduce symptoms but only 5% of care homes are using it effectively, finds report
Warning over 'trust' schemes supposed to help families avoid paying for care
Ombudsman calls for councils to be clear on care home costs
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Voucher plan to help pay for elderly care
Government warned against using council tax to 'plug gap' in social care funding
Social care postcode gap widens for older people
David Cameron admits 'we didn't solve' problem of funding social care for Britain's ageing population
Care homes: Public 'pay unfair fees to plug £1bn shortfall'
Care workers 'exhausted' by staff shortage
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Social care funding can't take any more setbacks. It needs reform now
Overnight carer back pay scheme 'unaffordable'
Why care costs are spiralling at up to twice inflation
A job in care – what’s it worth?
The apps taking on social care's 'broken' business model
Leila Karim* started doing care work two years ago, earning £8 an hour. It was, she says, a “chaotic” experience. There was a different manager every two to three weeks, the systems were all paper-based and “it was difficult getting to clients on time because we weren’t told when our next shift was”, says the 19-year-old student. “Sometimes you’d get a call at 6am to cover a call in the next hour or two.”
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