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Society Guardian
12/05/2016 at 14:01. Facebook
'The bill will bring together the responsibilities of the parliamentary and health service ombudsman and the local government ombudsman, making the process simpler and removing unnecessary barriers to making a complaint. And the new ombudsman’s reach will be broad, extending to government departments and a range of other public bodies in the UK, local government, adult social care and the NHS...
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A new public service ombudsman will make it easier to get redress | Chris Skidmore

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Society Guardian
12/05/2016 at 11:43. Facebook
“Everyone has a right to play ... we all need a bit of fun.”

New 'Magic Table' game helps dementia patients relax and reminisce

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Society Guardian
12/05/2016 at 10:30. Facebook
'What kind of system sends two – albeit kind – police officers to take a 13-year-old suicidal child to the hospital? Perhaps the involvement of the police in mental health crises is the legacy of suicide once being a criminal offence. If it is, it’s no wonder it’s proving so hard to eradicate the stigma of mental health problems.'

I almost lost my daughter because of her mental health problems

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12/05/2016 at 09:13. Facebook
Howard Sinclair, chief executive of homelessness charity St Mungo’s: “Rough sleeping is increasing year-on-year – and so are the needs of those people, the complex issues, the range of problems. The degree of need, is much, much higher than it was even three years ago.”

Growing crisis on UK streets as rough sleeper numbers soar

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12/05/2016 at 08:01. Facebook
The cost of social care rocketed over the last year, even as the proportion of services ranked good or outstanding fell, according to a new analysis.

Cost of social care has rocketed over last year, analysis shows

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It’s called “going fobbing” in Salford – walking or cycling to sensors on lampposts all round the city and swiping them to get points.

The game improving a community’s health without them noticing

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Society Guardian
12/03/2016 at 11:22. Facebook
At its worst, NHS management is a reputational meat grinder. A combination of extreme financial stress, dysfunctional local systems and a tough inspection regime that can come to simplistic judgments means that a doctor or nurse who had been secure in their clinical role and spent perhaps three decades building their good name can see it pulled down in a matter of months.

Why would doctors and nurses put themselves through the ordeal of NHS management?

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Society Guardian
12/03/2016 at 07:57. Facebook
"I am a national officer for the Prison Governors’ Association, the union that represents prison governors, and it is my duty to say that the prison service is in spiralling decline, brought about through savage staff cuts over the past four years, increased overcrowding, synthetic drugs, mobile phones and the imposition of doctrines about how we should manage."

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Prison violence is the worst I have seen in my 30-year career

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Society Guardian
12/02/2016 at 12:15. Facebook
"We want people to use the charter to lobby for change and improvement at national and local level, and to get involved in joint action to improve disabled people’s rights and lives."

We could all be Daniel Blake: social workers stand with disabled adults

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12/02/2016 at 10:41. Facebook
New evidence commissioned by the government from its own health advisers has concluded that ministers should introduce minimum unit pricing of alcohol to tackle the grim medical, economic and social toll of drink-related harm.

Minimum alcohol pricing gets backing of UK government's health advisers

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12/02/2016 at 09:13. Facebook
"On 5 July this year my world was turned upside down. Until then I was an average 28-year-old, married with two children and a full-time job, juggling the stresses of everyday life.But that morning I woke up to find my husband missing."

Losing my husband inspired me to tackle farming's suicide problem

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12/02/2016 at 08:35. Facebook
Frank Field: “The funding of the NHS for the remainder of this parliament is built upon extremely shaky foundations. It is therefore likely that, at some stage in this parliament, the government will be made by public opinion to increase the NHS budget. It would be a pity if this opportunity was not seized upon.”

Run the NHS and social care like John Lewis, says Frank Field

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12/01/2016 at 11:54. Facebook
“Food needs to be pureed, but it also has to look attractive and appetising. Nobody wants to eat mush every day.”

Savour not 'slop': the revolution transforming care home catering

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12/01/2016 at 10:15. Facebook
MPs have questioned whether private companies should be barred from providing core welfare services after an aggressive attempt to reduce tax credit fraud by US firm Concentrix saw thousands of low-income families wrongly stripped of benefits.

MPs damn US firm over 'cut first, think later' approach to tax credit claimants

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12/01/2016 at 09:06. Facebook
More than 250,000 people in England are homeless or lack a permanent place to live, according to Shelter.

More than 250,000 people in England are homeless, says Shelter

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11/30/2016 at 21:55. Facebook
"Channel 4’s documentary Kids on the Edge, screened over the last month ... has captured, with great sensitivity, the challenges faced by young people and their families, and which our services are working through on a daily basis." #kidsontheedge #mentalhealth

Growing crisis in children and young people's mental health demands action

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11/30/2016 at 13:25. Facebook
"The sense of disappointment bordering on despair about the autumn statement’s silence on social care is palpable throughout local government and the social care sector."

Government inaction on social care funding needs a radical response

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11/30/2016 at 12:06. Facebook
“I’ve never known anything like it – children are going out walking every evening and weekend. Teaching assistants take the children out at lunchtime three times a week and take whole classes out twice a week. I’ve had parents telling me how happy they are to be spending time with their children going fobbing rather than sitting in front of the TV.”

The game improving a community’s health without them noticing

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11/30/2016 at 09:27. Facebook
Sanctions on welfare payments which have allegedly caused thousands of claimants to fall into hardship and depression are being handed out without evidence that they actually work, Whitehall’s official spending watchdog has found.

No evidence welfare sanctions work, says National Audit Office

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11/30/2016 at 07:47. Facebook
Hospital patients could be treated by apprentice nurses under plans to be announced by Jeremy Hunt, sparking a new row about how the government is tackling shortages of health professionals.

Apprentice nurses could treat hospital patients in bid to tackle shortages

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