Breadcrumb Home Publications The Spending Review and Social Care This content relates to the following topics: NHS finances Adult social care Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page For adult social care, the Spending Review settlement is about as good as it could get. It promises allocates £2 billion a year of additional funding by 2014-15 to support social care, £1b of which sits within the NHS. 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 Audio General election 2019: taking the pulse on health and care What are the main parties saying about health and social care in the general election debate? What comes next in delivering their manifesto pledges? Helen McKenna sits down with Sally Warren, Siva Anandaciva and Dave Buck from The King’s Fund. Evidence and consultation Implementing the NHS long-term plan: written submission to the House of Commons Health and Social Care Select Committee Successful implementation of the NHS long-term plan depends on adequate funding for social care and public health, NHS education and training, and capital investment. Blog Party conference season: the key announcements on health and social care As this year’s party conference season comes to a close, what have we learned about the main parties’ priorities for health and social care? Richard Murray weighs up the key commitments, from funding and the NHS workforce to social care reform. Long read Five numbers to sum up the Spending Round for health and social care Siva Anandaciva takes a look at the key numbers mentioned in the Spending Round (and those that weren’t) add up, and the implications they have for health and social care.