When James Dawson’s mother was diagnosed with dementia, he left his job and his home and moved in to care
More money spent on care in the South but the North offers better quality of care latest figures reveal.
74% rise in North West drug-related deaths in last decade prompts Tories into new addiction strategy
With just over a week to go until polling day, the Conservatives have pledged that they will launch a new strategy intended to tackle drug and gambling addiction.
Tabley House, which houses 59 adults, was branded ‘inadequate’ by the health watchdog and was placed into the ‘special measures’ category.
Manchester paused this week to debate whether students should be paying the real living wage – as part of a national week to shed light on the issue.
Tameside Link has been given a rating of ‘inadequate’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after announced inspections were conducted on September 29 and October 10.
The manager of a failing nursing home has said he ‘doesn’t have time’ to deal with CQC criticisms, despite the centre being placed in special measures.
Manchester’s new Health and Wellbeing Service ‘buzz’ has been launched, following the redesign of the sectors across the city.
The devolution of health care funding to Greater Manchester needs to ‘truly reflect all’ in the region, according to a leading spokesperson in the LGBT community.
‘We’re not idiots! We just don’t remember things’: Salford couple pledge to help other dementia sufferers
Lesley Calvert, a former district nurse from Salford who thought she was ‘losing her marbles’, describes living with dementia before her diagnosis
Dementia United, a new partnership led by health experts, was launched in Manchester on Friday.