Public Service news roundup

PM pledges £66m for dementia research
By 2015, the government will more than double the amount of money going into research in dementia

”It’s time for a revolution in elderly care”
Frail older people are being exposed to unacceptable standards of care. say two King’s Fund reports

Huge elderly care study’s mixed messages
People in care homes were much less likely to visit hospitals than those who lived in their own homes

”We’re going to work relentlessly to improve lives”
The Prime Minister David Cameron told the Dementia 2012 conference that he was determined to help hundreds of thousands of families by ”taking the fight to dementia”. Here’s his speech

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