Daily News Roundup – 17 December 2012

Categories: In The Media.

Integrated planning is vital to improving neurological care

The Guardian: social care network

Social care, the NHS, housing and voluntary sector services must work together to make care more personalised for people with neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis or dementia.

The NHS failed my father

The Guardian

When her dad became seriously ill, Hannah Rose had to battle for a proper diagnosis and care. But worse, she says, was the lack of compassion.

Film of the week: Place2Be

Civil Society

Children’s charity Place2Be has launched an animated film to explain how its counselling services support vulnerable children.

NHS group to consider weekend services

BBC News

A group is to be set up to examine why the NHS in England cannot provide some routine services at weekends – like day surgery – the BBC understands.

The year in fundraising: 2012

Third Sector

Third Sector senior reporter Jenna Pudelek reviews the main fundraising developments of the past twelve months.

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice song in race for Christmas number one

The Sheffield Star

Youngsters from a Sheffield school are appealing for the city to look a little closer to home when choosing which festive song to buy this Christmas.

New chief executive takes reins at Ian Rennie Grove House Hospice Care

Herts Advertiser

A new chief executive has been appointed at Iain Rennie Grove House Hospice Care (IRGH) following the departure of Mark Lister earlier this year.

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