Daily News Roundup – 24 April 2013

Categories: In The Media.

More education ‘key’ to use of Liverpool Care Pathway

Nursing Times

Members of the Royal College of Nursing have called for more training and education in end of life care for health professionals in light of the ongoing controversy surrounding the Liverpool Care Pathway.

Joan Bakewell: I love my life. That’s why I’ve made a living will

The Telegraph

Not to write a will at all is seriously neglectful. It can turn the sympathy and tenderness of the funeral into rancorous family squabbles.

Older prisoners are fastest-growing part of jail population, says chief inspector

The Guardian

Chief inspector of prisons Nick Hardwick says prison service has become significant carer of older people but is struggling to meet their needs.

How charities can bridge the fundraising generation gap

The Guardian – voluntary sector network

Charities must use a multi-channel approach to engage with supporters of all ages.

Mixed development in Titnore Lane is given green light

West Sussex Gazette

Plans to build new homes and a care lodge for St Barnabas Hospice have been given planning permission.

St Luke’s Hospice charged business rate on its 13 charity shops by Harrow Borough Council

Harrow Times

St Luke’s Hospice in Kenton will now have to pay an extra £15,000 in tax after Harrow Borough Council abolished the rebate it receives.

Old AA badge given to Pilgrims Hospice shop in Tenterden fetches £870 on eBay

Kent Online

An Edwardian AA car badge that was handed into a Pilgrims Hospices charity shop has been sold on eBay for a staggering £870.

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