Daily News Roundup – 12 March 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Health and care system ‘struggling with dementia’

BBC News

The health and care system in England is ‘struggling’ to look after people with dementia, according to the Care Quality Commission.

How can we maximise the benefits of telehealth for patients across the UK?

The Guardian – healthcare professionals network 

Technology-enabled integrated care is working well for many health organisations, helping patients stay in their own homes.

Charity Commission and HMRC should have a single registration process, says Lord Hodgson

Third Sector Online

The Conservative peer, who last year carried out a review of the Charities Act, says the existing system is burdensome and lacks transparency

Are we on the edge of a face-to-face revolution?

Civil Society Blog

Martin Jervis explores new developments in face-to-face fundraising.

How can small charities make the most of social media?

Institute of Fundraising Blog

Despite the rise and rise of social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, many smaller charities tell us they are still struggling to harness these channels for their own benefit.

The North London Hospice building wins two design awards

Enfield Independent

The hospice’s day services building in Winchmore Hill was one of 32 entries recognised as an outstanding example of architecture and environmental design at the Civic Trust Awards.

Acorns children’s hospice charity unveils five-year plan to increase services and income by half

Third Sector

The charity, which has three hospices in Selly Oak, Walsall and Worcester, cares for 640 children a year. It said it is planning to increase services to support 960 children a year, leading to an increase in annual care costs of about £4.2 million.

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