DWP Later Life Newsletter

Posted in: News on March 10, 2015

Latest newsletter from the DWP including “I’m still me” Older people challenge health and care services to provide more coordinated care and refrain from labelling them as ‘frail’. The publication challenges health and care services to work together and improve the outcomes older people say are most important to them – things such as independence, social interaction and relational support.To read the full newsletter please download the PDF below.


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