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Without supportive adults, teenagers who have long lived in care often struggle in terms of mental health and wellbeing. tommaso altamura / Alamy Stock Photo

New laws in England will leave 16-year-olds living alone

Teenagers transitioning from long-term care to independent adulthood need to be looked after. Their health, wellbeing, education and their safety are at risk
Many care workers feel society does not value them or the people they look after. Alexander Raths/Shutterstock

After COVID: why we need a change in care home culture

After the devastating impact of COVID, changing the culture of social care must start with valuing, respecting and rewarding the people who look after our vulnerable old people.
Residents of the remote town of Norris Point launched their own meals-on-wheels program to help the community cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Roza Tchoukaleyska

Local meals-on-wheels program helps rural seniors cope with COVID-19 isolation

As the scale of the pandemic revealed itself in March, one small town in Newfoundland created a community-led meals-on-wheels to support its seniors.

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