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What are the latest ideas and views on the changing face of eldercare? We provide a regular roundup of reports from researchers, local and central government, healthcare providers and the people involved in everyday care and provision of services.

Caregiver news January 2020

With the UK General Election out of the way, new and old policies around the NHS and care are now moving forward again. In this issue’s news: Hospital doctors lack confidence in video appointments NHS officials found to be charging for advice on NHS Continuing Healthcare funding Free hospital parking on the horizon for some […]

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Thinking about eldercare

Our regular roundup of useful news and views for those supporting older friends and family. In this issue: Pensions credit and those missing out GPs and home visits Retirement homes as a legacy Likelihood of a caring future Cost of social care around the country Equity release challenges Changing ways that consumers pay Talking about […]

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News and views for caregivers

What’s happening in the world that can help – or hinder – families in caring for older relatives? Here are the stories we’ve found that caregivers should know about for the sake of their families and their own futures: HMRC has been charging too much on pension withdrawals More women than men are taking out […]

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Eldercare news

Our regular roundup of news affecting our older friends and relatives and how we can support them. In this issue: Over 55s lose most to fraud, but more millennials are falling for scams Pharmacies to offer heart checks and prescribe statins Hearing aids can help fight dementia Online GP consultations at Boots, for a price […]

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