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14 March 2022

The Health and Social Care White Paper- “Early promise, but could do better!” – Author – Kim Ryley

The White Paper’s focus on prevention and early intervention, are the right way forward-as is a willingness to see innovative new approaches to overcoming the deficits of the current system, which COVID has exposed.

Read more about The Health and Social Care White Paper- “Early promise, but could do better!” – Author – Kim Ryley
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13 March 2022

Engage Britain Joins The Coalition for Personalised Care

As part of our goal to grow and diversify, we’re pleased to welcome Engage Britain as a new partner of the Coalition. Engage Britain is an independent charity that brings people together to tackle the country’s biggest challenges.

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14 January 2022

The trials and smiles of a personal budget – Author – Iggy Patel

I knew that I was going to need care sometime in the future, as at the age of thirty, I was diagnosed with a deteriorating, non-treatable, muscle wasting disease and, at that time, I had an amazing dream job working for the Local Authority.

Read more about The trials and smiles of a personal budget – Author – Iggy Patel
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14 December 2021

Social Prescribing – Check your cupboards first – Author – Iggy Patel

It is so good to see so much work being channelled into social prescribing, community connectors and health and wellbeing hubs. The amount of resources and money allocated to it is great step in the right direction.

Read more about Social Prescribing – Check your cupboards first – Author – Iggy Patel
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14 December 2021

The Social Care White Paper – A promising start that needs clarity and ambition – Kim Ryley

Since Tony Blair set up a Royal Commission on Social Care in 1998 and, after decades of indecision, the eagerly anticipated blueprint for the overdue renewal of Social Care was always likely to be disappointing.

Read more about The Social Care White Paper – A promising start that needs clarity and ambition – Kim Ryley
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13 August 2021

Pernicious Anaemia Society Joins the Coalition for Personalised Care

As part of our successful drive to grow and diversify, we’re pleased to welcome the Pernicious Anaemia Society (PAS) as a new partner of the Coalition.

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13 August 2021

Harrogate Skills 4 Living Centre Joins the Coalition for Personalised Care

As the Coalition diversifies, enhancing representation across communities, we’re pleased to welcome Harrogate Skills 4 Living Centre (HS4LC) as a new partner of C4PC.

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14 May 2021

Dementia Awareness Week – Ronald’s Story

This Dementia Awareness Week, two members of C4PC’s Programme Board have a recorded a powerful and insightful conversation about what personalised care means in the context of dementia.

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14 February 2021

Reform of the NHS – The Implications for C4PC – Author – Kim Ryley

In this latest blog, our Co-Chair, Kim Ryley provides commentary on the latest health and social care White Paper and his thoughts on what it may mean for the Coalition for Personalised Care.

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14 February 2021

Personalised care when living with a rare condition – Author – Katie Clarke-Day

As today is Rare Disease Day, I would like to share with you some of my experience of navigating life with rare conditions.

Read more about Personalised care when living with a rare condition – Author – Katie Clarke-Day
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14 October 2020

What Matters Now? Priorities for Personalised Care for people living with dementia – Author – Ian McCreath

Ian McCreath, Personalisation Lead at the Alzheimer’s Society, explores how COVID-19 has impacted on the priorities for personalised care for people living with dementia. His blog encourages you to add your voice and ideas to their enquiry.

Read more about What Matters Now? Priorities for Personalised Care for people living with dementia – Author – Ian McCreath