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Older people are being caught in an unemployment trap, more likely to be out of work and struggling to find another job if they are laid off or leave, according to a new study. Almost a third of people aged 50 to 64 are not in work, many recorded as…
An elderly woman has died after a fire at a sheltered housing complex in Aberdeenshire. Police and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were called to a report of a fire in Nether Davah House on Golf Crescent, Inverurie. Emergency services said the fire, which broke out at 5.35pm on…
Bill Gates said he is giving 50 million US dollars (£38 million) to help fight Alzheimer's disease. The Microsoft co-founder said the donation to the Dementia Discovery Fund is personal and not through his charitable foundation. The London-based private fund is backed by government, charities and pharmaceutical firms and seeks…
Scotland is taking a "bolder and more focused" approach to tackling fuel poverty, Housing Minister Kevin Stewart said. The Scottish Government missed its target to eradicate the problem by 2016, with ministers now looking to set new goals to reduce it. A new consultation is being launched, with Mr Stewart…
Only one in 10 people in England who fund their social care costs would benefit from a £72,000 cap on the amount they have to pay and a more generous system should be introduced instead, the charity Independent Age said. Research found that it would take the typical pensioner six…
There is no better option than a career in Live-In Care if you have a natural passion for helping others. As a Live-In Carer, you can experience an unmatched level of professional fulfillment and job satisfaction, providing support at a personalised and sustained level - a quality of care which…
Fife-based care home operator Kingdom Homes is investing significantly in its care home portfolio with the development of a new nursing home in Leven and the acquisition of a new property in Anstruther, thanks to a £20m funding package from HSBC. The new property, to be named ‘Walton House’, is…
Families are having to settle for inadequate care home places because of "systemic failure" in the sector, a consumer group has warned. The majority of people have limited choice and half of those needing care are having to wait for a bed, the survey by Which? found. The watchdog found…
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