This page features important coronavirus news and the latest updates from Age UK. To view all the latest posts by category, please click here.
From 1st April 2022, individuals undertaking CQC regulated activities in England (including secondary and primary care) must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, regardless of their employer.
Age UK’s Charity Director Caroline Abrahams comments on the recent vote in the House of Commons on the social care cap.
A reminder that the deadline to apply for the second round of grant funding for the Dementia MCST Programme has been extended to Monday 6th December.
Fundraising Bulletin #16 – Updates on Public, Corporate, Trusts and Public Sector Funding | November 2021
The latest fundraising bulletin is now available for you to view below. There’s still time to complete our short feedback survey about this bulletin too.
NHS England & NHS Improvement have produced a survey for organisations to share their views on their “Core20PLUS5” approach to reducing health inequalities.
The deadline to apply for the second round of grant funding for the Dementia MCST Programme has been extended to Monday 6th December.
The latest fundraising bulletin is now available. This month’s edition also includes a short survey to gather your feedback on these bulletins.
Find out all the details of this year’s Winter Health Campaign from Age UK’s Health Influencing Team. Download the Local Campaign Pack below and find the recording of last week’s Winter Webinar.
As the Spending Review on 27th October approaches, find out how we can focus the Chancellor’s attention on providing sufficient funding for councils’ social care budgets.
There’s still time to apply for the second round of grant funding as part of the Dementia Maintenance Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (MCST) Programme.
This year’s Christmas Fundraising Campaign asks supporters to “Make Christmas a little brighter for a lonely older person”. Find out all the details below, including what you’ll see and where.
Press Release: Council Tax would have to rise by an average 10% next year to allow social care just to ‘stand still’
View the latest press release from Age UK, which urges Chancellor Rishi Sunak to support social care through central government spending, not council tax.
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