SOCIAL CARE CRISIS: The elderly needing 24- hour care set to double by 2035 says major study.

Improvements to health care mean people are living longer but this is likely to result in more and more people developing complex conditions such as Alzheimer’s resulting in the need for live-in care services which are expected to double to 446,000. This will take the proportion of the over 65s needing round the clock live-in care above 1 million for the first time.

QUALITY LONG – TERM CARE SOLUTIONS ARE A REAL NEED IN 2019.