The weekly ADASS media roundup, from 29th Jan to the 5th Feb inclusive, is below. 

Particular highlights this week included an appearance by Vice President Glen Garrod on BBC News to discuss a report by Sense in to carers looking after adults with disabilities, our response to that report in the Mail Online and a look at private finance initiatives in the social care sector in the New York Times. 

 

Headline

Media Type

Publication

Published

Efforts by social care teams to cope with winter pressures highlighted by ADASS

Internet

Care Industry News (Blog)

30/01/2018

ADASS calls for long-term funding plan for social care

Internet

Public Finance Magazine (Web)

31/01/2018

Britain Was a Pioneer in Outsourcing Services. Now, the Model Is ‘Broken’

Internet

New York Times (Web)

31/01/2018

Made Possible - Inspired by my Sister

Magazine, Consumer

care talk

01/02/2018

Funding The Care of Our Older Population - Who Really Pays The Price?

Magazine, Consumer

care talk

01/02/2018

CQC chief executive steps down

Magazines Trade & Overseas

Caring UK

01/02/2018

Britain Was a Pioneer in Outsourcing Services. Now, the Model Is ‘Broken’

Internet

Today Online (Web)

02/02/2018

Family carers don´t trust their local authority, poll finds

Internet

Mail Online (Web)

02/02/2018

PAMMS launches `Risk Profiler'' to help Commissioners spot potential homecare failings.

Internet

Industry Today (Web)

02/02/2018

VODG special session on delivering transforming care

Internet

Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (Web)

03/02/2018

Writing a best interests assessment report: key tips

Internet

Communitycare.co.uk (Web)

05/02/2018

ADASS responds to Sense report

Broadcast

BBC News

02/02/2018