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The National Dementia Strategy is a challenge to commissioners of health and local government services to knit a thick pullover out of thin wool. The thick pullover is necessary because dementia is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that erodes the capacity of those affected by it, and...
This is the first in a series of articles looking at continuing health care (CHC). This article will look at the historical background and key legal judgments which have influenced decision making on eligibility for CHC. Future articles will look at the current position under the frameworks in...
This article outlines the work being taken forward by In Control, an independent social enterprise and charity, with a range of innovative PCTs and local authorities, to explore how the concept of personalisation may be applied in health. The programme has been called Staying in Control, to...
A key element in the personalisation of health and social care is the upfront allocation of a budget to disabled and older people which they can use to obtain the supports they require. The benefit of this arrangement in increasing user choice and control will not materialise unless recipients...
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