National Care Leavers Week Celebration
Reflecting on National Care Leavers Week, looking at the co-production work between York researchers and care leavers.
Adult social care and financial services sectors share aspirations towards better joint working
A lack of understanding between members of the public, adult social care organisations and the financial services sector is preventing people from getting advice about paying for care later in life, new research suggests.
South Korean policymakers visit York
During October, the Department of Social Policy and Social Work hosted a visit from South Korean researchers and officials working in the field of social care.
Major boost for social care research
Social care research at the University of York will receive a share of £20 million funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), boosting research to improve adult social care across the country.
Burdens of caring increase for the elderly
Findings from a recent study show that adults who care for family members generally receive less support from health and social care services now than they did over 20 years ago.
Kate Gridley blogs for 'Research in Practice for adults'
SPRU researcher shares work on dementia.
Learning from Germany’s long-term care social insurance approach
Researchers from the University have contributed evidence outlining Germany’s long-term care social insurance scheme to an inquiry examining the sustainability of adult social care funding in England.
Supporting carers of people with dementia study
The Social Policy Research Unit (SPRU) has released a summary of findings from their research: Supporting Carers of People with Dementia, a mixed methods evaluation and feasibility study (January 2018).
Scoping study on therapy interventions for children with a neurodisability publishes findings
This study describes the complexities of current therapy interventions for children with neurodisabiliities and identifies a wide-ranging research agenda.