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Health and social care must work together to improve the lives of disabled people

Today the House of  Commons Public Accounts Committee, an influential cross-party group of MPs who monitor Government spending, will start taking evidence into the integration of health and social care and how well it’s going.  602 more words

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61chrissterry reblogged this on 61chrissterry and commented:

Yes, health and social care should be working closer together as in many respects there is duplication and when there is not there are delays while it is decided who pays for what. None of this is beneficial to those who need help and support and may be it is time for drastic change to occur. Currently there appears to be major difficulties for Social Care and Health to work together, so is the major change to only have one authority, in this there would be savings as there would be only one management structure, but to whom it would go. Both are massive organisations, so should this go to either Health or Social Services or a completely new organisation. But then would there be 3 organisations working together. Whatever occurs the funding has to be ring-fenced and the funding has to be sufficient for the needs of the persons concerned to be adequately cared for. But, unfortunately whenever Government becomes involved they only make matters worse, for they are always too political. Politics should have no bearing on Health and Social Care as it should be the persons who need to receive help, care and support who are the prime consideration. Source: Health and social care must work together to improve the lives of disabled people | Scope's Blog

Children are the victims as a mother who cannot cope lashes out

At around 5 o’clock on 25 February 1866 PC John Watkins (303) was called to attend at a house in Prince’s Row Square, Soho. In the 1860s this was a rough area of the capital and violence was part and parcel of everyday life. 549 more words

On the Corner of Scott and Skidmore

The corner of Scott and Skidmore is a place known to very few. It offers the rare observer a view of a bleak yet paradoxically serene landscape. 663 more words

Rise in council tax will be swallowed up by National Living Wage instead of footing social care bill | Care Industry News

Council tax rises in 2017/18 will not bring in enough money to prevent the need for further deep cuts to local services next year, the Local Government… 22 more words


Shocking Revenge Eviction: Baron Homes Caught Out Live On Camera

Last weekend Baron Homes Corporation Limited yet again revenge evicted a single mother from Windsor Court Brighton, the company illegally changed the locks and we understand have also refused to give the poor victim her deposit back. 578 more words

Brighton And Hove City Council


Cathy O’Brien MKULTRA Survivor
In this exhilarating and highly informative part 2 interview with MKULTRA Survivor Cathy O’Brien, Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt goes deep into her CIA MKULTRA mind control programming and the methods employed to keep her in a robotic state in order to carry out top secret black budget missions and sexual favors to politicians against her will. 255 more words


SaskaBroke: The Demonization of Public Service and Where All That Money Really Came From

We can all agree on one thing, so let’s start there: Saskatchewan is broke.

Okay, two things – we all know resource revenues are low. Oil prices plunged… 1,973 more words

Saskatchewan Politics