Tags: "capped cost model"

Publications

Rebooting the Cap

Rebooting the Cap: Improving protection from catastrophic care costs

Options for reforming long-term care funding in England, based on the principle of capping people’s care costs. 

June 27, 2016 ×

Blogs & Media

Care reform - the doomsday scenario

Care reform: the doomsday scenario

Implementation of the government’s ‘capped cost’ reforms in 2016 could impose an earthquake on the residential care sector.

October 17, 2013 ×

Publications

A Cap that Fits

A Cap that Fits: The ‘capped cost plus’ model

What are the issues facing the ‘capped cost’ funding reforms and what are the options for policymakers?

September 10, 2013 ×

Blogs & Media

Social care funding - it’s not over yet

Social care funding: it’s not over yet

With care funding reform now set for the statute book, is that it for debate on care funding reform?

May 9, 2013 ×

Blogs & Media

Councils may be overwhelmed by the number of people with a care need

Councils may be overwhelmed by the number of people with a care need

Rather than a big-bang launch of the cap on care costs, local authorities might prefer to proceed quietly and in stages.

April 17, 2013 ×

Blogs & Media

Care Costs - Christmas come early

Care costs: Christmas come early?

Blink and you missed it. The Chancellor of the Exchequer went on live TV yesterday to announce U-turns for two of the most significant government announcements this year

March 18, 2013 ×

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