Breadcrumb Home Publications Four things you never knew about social care 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 Age UK's new report – Care in Crisis 2012 – is the latest clarion call to sort out a care system which even government ministers accept is broken. The report sets out in stark detail just how many people are going without the care they need.Read the full article on social care 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 Video Focusing on the next right step We spoke to Matt Bowsher, Director of Adult Social Care at Dudley Council, about the importance of imperfection, learning as you go and scheduled downtime as a team. Evidence and consultation House of Commons debate on the address: A plan for the NHS and social care The Queen’s Speech included commitments to strengthen the health and care system, support health and wellbeing, and increase NHS funding. This briefing outlines The King’s Fund’s response ahead of the debates on the Queen’s Speech in parliament. Press release The King's Fund comments on the Queen's Speech 'The Queen’s Speech once again stops short of a meaningful commitment to reform England’s broken social care system,' says Chief Executive of The King's Fund, Richard Murray. Long read Social care 360 Updated with 2019/20 data, our 360 review outlines and analyses 12 key trends in adult social care in England over recent years. Using a variety of publicly-available data, it provides a uniquely rounded – ‘360 degree’ – view of the sector.