The Government has published a breakdown of funding allocations to each council with responsibility for adult social care

The Government has published a breakdown of funding allocations to each council with responsibility for adult social care, asannounced in Wednesday’s Spring Budget 2017.Excel file: https://t.co/GIdR24cuVbSupplementary information: https://t.co/s9lLg2ChxG http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/nhs-cuts-spending-policies-theresa-may-jeremy-hunt-tories-labour-lib-dems-a7549686.html

CQC fees increase

http://www.careappointments.co.uk/practice-reports/item/41457-cqc-publish-regulatory-fees-for-care-providers-from-april-2017

Free Lecture – From state control to consumerism and back again – a sustainable future for social care?

Colin Slasberg discusses whether we can learn the lessons from 50 years of failure and false dawns to create a sustainable future for social care. Colin qualified as a social worker in the 1970s. His career has spanned children’s and adults’ services, from practitioner to assistant director level, in operational, planning and resource management roles. […]

People Performance Management Opportunity

Dear Registered Manager I would like to introduce you to a project funded by the Sussex and East Surrey Sustainable Transformation Plan that Skills for Care will be delivering over the next year, which will involve working with a selection of care homes and nursing homes in Horsham and Mid Sussex. Over the next 9 […]

We like ICO updates…

Fundraising and Regulatory Compliance Conference On 21 February the ICO, Charity Commission and Fundraising Regulator jointly hosted the Fundraising and Regulatory Compliance Conference. The event set out the regulatory requirements and expectations for fundraising bodies and their boards under current and forthcoming data protection legislation. Elizabeth Denham gave a speech to the conference, in which she […]

End of Life Care Resources

Here is a fantastic resource from HEEKSS with links to the Palliative Care Knowledge Zone. Also, a reminder that our end of life symposium, You Only Die Once, is coming up in March.