Daily News Roundup – 13 June 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Carers to be given help in Scottish first


A pioneering volunteering database which aims to offer relief to thousands of city carers is to launch within months.

Disabled and elderly home care: crisis talks being held

BBC News

Care minister Norman Lamb is meeting care providers to discuss what he says is a crisis in care of the elderly and disabled at home.

More transparency needed in charity campaigning, panel is told

Third Sector

The government and public are becoming more hostile to charity campaigning, says Debbie Pippard, head of programmes at the Barrow Cadbury Trust.

ICAEW and CABA launch free volunteer matching service

Civil Society

Charities can recruit volunteers at no charge through a volunteer recruitment website which has been launched by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and the Chartered Accountants’ Benevolent Association (CABA).

Working to improve the care and support available to carers

Marie Curie blog

Marie Curie work to improve the care and support available to carers whose loved ones are terminally ill. Each year they attend the Carer’s Week speed networking event with carers whose loved one has died and who are ready to talk about their experience.

Health provider in Prospect Hospice promise

Swindon Advertiser

The recently formed Swindon Clinical Commissioning Group, which has taken over the responsibility of designing and delivering quality health services for residents of Swindon and Shrivenham, will be signing a contract with Prospect Hospice.

We bring the hospice into patients’ homes


St Luke’s Hospice is celebrating a decade of taking its services out to people’s homes when they need them most.

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