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Government to invest £546 million into social care to restrict spread of Covid-19
More than half a billion pounds will be invested into social care services to prevent the spread of the coronavirus
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Children’s Commissioner calls to end unregulated care placements for under-18s
The Children’s Commissioner for England has called on councils to stop placing young people in care in unregulated accommodation.
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Ofsted to resume visits to children’s social care providers this month
Ofsted will resume visits to local authorities and children’s social care providers this month in line with public health guidelines,
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Concussions “can cause life-long sleep problems”, study reveals
Serious brain injuries and concussion could cause life-long sleep problems, a major study has revealed.
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Number of deprivation of liberty orders used on children in care triples, study reveals
An increasing number of deprivation of liberty orders are being used to detain children in care, a major investigation has
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AI technology can “predict severity of Parkinson’s disease”, say researchers
Advanced computer technology could predict the progression of Parkinson’s disease by tracking physical symptoms, a major study has revealed.
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Demand for children’s services met by just six providers, Ofsted data reveals
Demand for children’s social care services “continues to outstrip supply”, a major study has revealed.
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Pandemic exposes “major inequalities” between children in care
Major inequalities between children in care have been exposed and amplified by the coronavirus pandemic, a study has revealed.
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Police officers at increased risk of brain injury and neurodegenerative diseases, study reveals
Police officers are at an increased risk of suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) with two in five “losing consciousness”
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Shortness of breath “could indicate” early signs of Parkinson’s disease, say experts
Changes in the way you breathe, such as shortness of breath and shallow breathing, could be an early sign of
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Criminal gangs forced young people to impersonate nurses to deliver drugs, police reveal
Young people exploited by county lines gangs have been impersonating “essential workers” to deliver illegal drugs throughout the coronavirus pandemic,
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Study links brain injuries to increased risk of depression and dementia
Repeated exposure to head injuries while young is linked to an increased risk of developing depression and dementia in later
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