Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Paul Burstow: the care and support White Paper This content relates to the following topics: Adult social care Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page In his keynote address, Paul Burstow MP, Minister of State for Care Services, reflects on the care and support White Paper and the future of social care provision.This was recorded at our 2012 coference: Social care reform – where next?Related contentSlideshowSarah Pickup: a single, simple and modern framework Sarah Pickup, President of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, talks through the care and support White Paper and where it leaves us in terms of social care reform.SlideshowSimon Gillespie: building a fair and sustainable care system Simon Gillespie, Chair at the Care & Support Alliance, discusses why social care needs to be reformed and gives an overview of the care and support White Paper and the key recommendations identified by the Dilnot Commission.VideoThe care and support White Paper: panel debate Howard Catton (Royal College of Nursing), Cllr David Rogers OBE (LGA Community Wellbeing Board), Jeremy Taylor (National Voices) and Peter Beresford (Brunel University) give their reactions to the proposals set out in the care and support White Paper.VideoThe government's response to Dilnot: panel debate Michelle Mitchell (Age UK), Ed Moses (Department of Health), Dr Mark Jackson (Saga), Nick Kirwan (Association of British Insurers) and Charles Tallack (Department of Health) share their views on social care funding. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Article State of health and care in England Services are at full stretch and struggling to maintain standards, says Chris Ham. Press release The King’s Fund comments on the Care Quality Commission’s annual State of Care report The report highlights that the NHS is under increasing pressure, with demand for services growing faster than funding and with recruiting and retaining staff representing a huge challenge. Paid event Enhanced health in care homes: lessons from good practice on embedding integrated care Blog Age-related dependency needs policy and long-term planning Can we reduce late-life dependency or plan for it better? David Oliver reflects on the findings of a recent Lancet paper and asks what we can do to tackle the challenges it highlights.