Usha Grieve: Make It Your Decision

Make It Your Decision

Feb 12, 2017

Usha Grieve, Director of Information and Partnerships at Compassion in Dying, writes about the importance of planning and recording your wishes for end-of-life care End-of-life care: Make it your decision […]

Belinda Schwehr on CASCAIDr

How to fund Care Act advice?

Nov 29, 2016

Belinda Schwehr, expert in adult social care law, explains a radical new approach to ensuring that people can access proper advice about the Care Act; now more essential than ever, […]

LA Monitoring Officer

Taking on a Local Authority

Apr 20, 2016

What to do when you have a problem with social care services? We frequently receive emails and phone calls from people who have a problem with services they receive from […]

McKenzie friend and lay representative service

Meet your McKenzie friend!

This article has been contributed by Sophie Daws, who not only cares for three children with disabilities, but also provides a lay representative and “McKenzie friend” service for people trying […]

Care Act training

Care Act training

May 26, 2015

The Care Act, which came into effect last month, represents a sea change in the delivery of social care for adults – which makes it a potential legal minefield for […]

Aurum bariatric chair from Benmor Medical

Moving & Handling People 2015

Jan 27, 2015

Moving & Handling People, the regular annual event designed for care professionals is currently taking place at a new venue, the Human Rights Action Centre complex in central London. As […]