Publications in: Health and social care

Covid-19 in Welsh Care Homes – Update 9 June 2020

Published: 09 June, 2020

This is a one page briefing that summarise the latest weekly data from Care Inspectorate Wales on Covid-19 and other deaths of Welsh care home residents.

Covid-19 in Welsh Care Homes – Update 16 June 2020

Published: 16 June, 2020

This is a one page briefing that summarises the latest weekly data from Care Inspectorate Wales on Covid-19 and other deaths of Welsh care home residents.

Covid-19 in Welsh Care Homes – Update 23 June 2020

Published: 23 June, 2020

This is a one page briefing that summarise the latest weekly data from Care Inspectorate Wales on Covid-19 and other deaths of Welsh care home residents.

Covid-19 in Welsh Care Homes – Update 30 June 2020

Published: 30 June, 2020

This is a one page briefing that summarise the latest weekly data from Care Inspectorate Wales on Covid-19 and other deaths of Welsh care home residents.

Covid-19 in Welsh Care Homes – Update 26 May 2020

Published: 26 May, 2020

This is a one page briefing that summarise the latest weekly data from Care Inspectorate Wales on COVID-19 and other deaths of Welsh care home residents. Please click the link above to download.

Using Behavioural Science to Drive Behaviour Change in Reducing Risks of STIs – March 2018

Published: 9 March, 2018

Dr Annette Cerulli-Harms spoke at the Public Policy Exchange conference on Student Sexual Health and Well Being on March 8th 2018 about how behavioural economics can be used to change the way we speak about sexual health. Annette explained the relevance of behavioural economics and cognitive biases in the area of public health including sexual […]

Future of Paying for Social Care in Wales – Second Report – May 2015

Published: 06 May, 2015

The Welsh Government has committed to introduce reform of the arrangements for paying for social care in Wales. As part of the policy development process, the Welsh Government commissioned LE Wales to undertake an independent research study on the future of paying for care in Wales. The work produced material for the Welsh Government providing […]

Scaling Up Solutions to Social Care – October 2014

Published: 30 October, 2014

The UK is facing a funding crisis in social care for older people. Demographic changes mean that between 2010 and 2022 the population of people aged 65 and over is expected to grow by 27% and the number of people aged 85 and over is projected to grow by 44%. Research suggests that, just to […]

Impacts of AA and DLA on Older People in Wales

Published: November, 2011

This study draws on official data sources and on stakeholder consultations to review the current take‐up and use of income from two disability related benefits – Attendance Allowance (AA) and Disability Living Allowance (DLA) – and explores links with the demand for social care.  The research then uses this information to develop projections of the […]

Impacts of DLA on Working Age People in Wales

Published: November, 2011

The UK Government is currently in the process of introducing reforms to Disability Living Allowance (DLA). DLA will be replaced by a similar benefit called Personal Independence Payment (PIP). This study for the Welsh Government aims to assess the potential impacts of the change as they relate to working age adults in Wales. It first […]