Councils predict that social care will account for 90% of total spend by 2020, CSP ‘jury’ hears
Funding social care emerged as a big concern for CSP members at a policy event at the society’s headquarters on 2 July.
Social work survey reveals lack of community care
CSP chief executive Karen Middleton has called for investment in community rehabilitation after a survey showed that one in three social workers could not get people the care they needed.
Assembly member gives her support to physio and self-referral
Northern Ireland assembly and health committee member Paula Bradley gave a thumbs up for physiotherapists in meeting the future needs of a growing population of older people.
Senior service: Dot Gibson calls for better care for older people
As the general election looms, Dot Gibson of the National Pensioners Convention explains why all political parties should sign up to a manifesto ca
Comment: crossing the divide
A team of CSP staff recently, and for the first time, attended a conference of social services directors, writes Frontline managing editor Lynn Ea
United we stand: The rise of co-production
A sea-change in relationships between healthcare professionals and patients means the term co-production is increasingly on people’s lips.
In perspective: Physiotherapy Works for social care
Sue Hayward-Giles explains how the CSP social care briefing could help to unlock the potential of physiotherapy. Download your copy below.
Physiotherapy works for social care
In perspective - A shared vision
Physiotherapy and social care staff can work together to improve care and promote wellbeing, says Sue Hayward-Giles
First social care standard focuses on dementia
Physiotherapy services are named as a key component in maintaining the health and wellbeing of dementia patients in the first of a new pair of qual