A Bed Every Night initiative launched in Manchester

A Bed Every Night initiative has been launched in Greater Manchester to help end the need for rough sleeping in the city-region.

Public sector workers more stressed than private

New research has revealed that public sector workers are more likely to suffer from stress than those in the private sector.

Edinburgh rated as Britain’s healthiest high street

The RSPH has ranked 70 of Britain’s major towns and cities by the impact of their high streets on the public’s health and well-being.

Population underestimating the true cost of care

More than half of the UK population are underestimating the cost of care home costs, by an average of £12,000 a year.

Majority unprepared for costs of adult social care

The overwhelming majority of people have not made any plans for how they will pay for adult social care in older age.

Public are 'sleepwalking' into care crisis

The Alzheimer’s Society has warned that the general public are unaware of the costs of dementia care, with many believing it is free on the NHS.

£3.2bn a year to reverse public health cuts

£3.2 billion a year is required to reverse the impact of public health cuts and ensure that funding is re-allocated according to need.

1.8 million new requests for adult social care last year

NHS Digital has revealed that local authorities received 1.8 million new requests for adult social care support in 2017-18.

Adult social care winter funding allocated

Local authorities in England will receive a share of a £240 million fund to help local areas ease winter pressures on the NHS.

Public facing a growing ‘care injustice’

The CQC has warned that the public is facing a growing ‘care injustice’ as people are finding it more difficult to get help in England.

Lifesaving library services improving mental health

People living with mental health conditions are benefiting from lifesaving library services which have been launched by councils.

New mental health campaign launched in Midlands

A new Every Mind Matters campaign has been launched across the Midlands by Public Health England.

Government urged to strengthen social care

The opportunity to shore up the fragile social care system must not be overlooked in the forthcoming autumn budget.

Mental health referrals rise by quarter four children

The number of referrals to child and adolescent mental health services in England has increased by 26 per cent over the past five years.

Home adaptations to live at home for longer

Providing life-changing adaptations in the home can enable elderly people to carry out every day activities and live at home for longer.

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