Care and support
The latest news, opinion and analysis on sheltered and supported housing, home care, and work with vulnerable groups including the homeless and rough sleepers.
The Department for Work and Pensions has committed £45 million to allow housing benefit for private tenants to rise in certain areas.
A total of 2,150 people started claiming universal credit in the first four pathfinder areas, government statistics published today reveal.
Disabled people are being hit hardest by the coalition government’s welfare reforms, a report by a housing association has found.
Employers may have to pay for private medical treatment for disabled staff if it meets ‘reasonable’ criteria, says Sarah Lamont
More organisations are taking responsibility for reporting harm or abuse, writes Heather Spurr
On this, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls, could your staff spot signs of domestic violence, asks Kelly Henderson.
A new partnership aims to help solve the problem of housing an ageing population in York, says Tracey Simpson-Laing