Tags: "Attendance Allowance"

Blogs & Media

Millions of people could benefit from telecare

Millions of people could benefit from telecare

Telecare has long been tipped as the future of social care. Yet little has really been known about who uses it, or who could in future. This gap in evidence is important: for all telecare’s apparent potential, policymakers will struggle to realise the benefits across the care system without knowing more […]

September 7, 2012 ×

Publications

The Roadmap Englands choices for the care crisis

The Roadmap: England’s choices for the care crisis

Detailed analysis of the government’s options for addressing England’s care funding crisis.

May 12, 2012 ×

Publications

Telecare Ready Creating a universal entitlement to telecare

Telecare Ready: Creating a universal entitlement to telecare

How can policymakers maximise the benefits of telecare for society, both now and in the future?

June 28, 2011 ×

Blogs & Media

Joined up care thinking

Joined-up care thinking

Attendance Allowance, the older people’s disability benefit, is one of those bits of public spending that tends to carry on quietly in the background. It costs £7 billion per year in England, reaches over a million people, but rarely pops up in political debate.

June 21, 2011 ×

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Cash Convergence

Cash Convergence: Enabling choice and independence through disability benefits and social care

What is the best way for society to support older people with care and support needs?

June 16, 2011 ×

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