Tags: "social care"

Publications

Reforming the Precept

Reforming the Precept: A stepping-stone to sustainable care

The ‘social care precept’ represents a major innovation in financing public expenditure on care in England. This report analyses its strengths, weaknesses, and its future.

July 19, 2016 ×

Publications

Attendance Allowance

Attendance Allowance and Local Government: Examining the evidence and the options

What do the government’s plans for devolving Attendance Allowance to local government mean for councils, older people and care providers? 

July 11, 2016 ×

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

The Observer

Jeremy Hunt’s U-turn on social care ‘cost taxpayer £100m’

The Observer, July 25th, 2015

July 25, 2015 ×

Blogs & Media

England's care tragedy

England’s care tragedy

The government’s decision to pause the ‘capped cost’ care reforms for four years has probably killed off the policy, and represents a tragic waste of time and money for the care system.

July 21, 2015 ×

Blogs & Media

What price ‘peace of mind’ for social care

What price ‘peace of mind’ for social care?

The Dilnot reforms to the social care funding system were supposed to have solved the problem. But do the changes provide value for money and can they endure?

April 21, 2015 ×

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