Council care bosses urge sustained and substantial extra funds to help older and disabled people in England
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1bn further cuts to social care will hit tens of thousands, say experts
Bromsgrove Library Dementia Friendly Community Event
Dementia Friendly Community Event at Bromsgrove Library
Care and Repair Forthcoming Events for June
Care and Repair forthcoming events for Evesham in June 2015
1.1 million over-65s are now in work.
Retirement is now a "passe phrase" that is "no longer relevant" - due to the number of people working past their retirement age
Practitioners must use Care Act to reverse reduction in support for older carers
Older carers are growing in number but fewer are receiving support, but the Care Act provides an opportunity to tackle this, says Helena Herklots, chief executive, Carers UK
Conservatives plan annuities review as rates plunge to record lows
The Conservative party will review the value for money of annuities if it wins the general election after rates plunged to record lows, Ros Altmann says
Pension predators: six ways scammers target savers
With the pension reforms well into force, those aged 55 and over are susceptible to scammers.
Care reform: why costs in old age could still spiral
The government is overhauling the current long-term care system with a cost cap and deferred payment scheme.
Taxing until the pips squeek
Disability Rights UK comments on the proposal to tax DLA/PIP
Caring For Someone You Love With Alzheimer's Disease
The majority of people with Alzheimer's disease live at home, where family and friends provide most of their care. As memory loss and other symptoms progress, it increases the amount of time and energy caregivers and families spend caring for their loved one.