The latest news from our campaigners.
Martin's story — the state of social care in Great Britain in 20161 December 2016
Martin dreams of living with his family, but the flexibility of care and support he needs just isn't available.
Social care missing from government spending plans29 November 2016
Last week the chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his autumn statement. Natasha Jetha discusses why we are disappointed the government failed to include social care.
Wendy's story — the state of social care in Great Britain in 201624 November 2016
The lack of social care means Wendy can only go out for two hours every fortnight, with a carer paid for by her family.
Peter Jenkins responds to the autumn statement23 November 2016
Our campaigns director responds to the lack of an announcement on social care funding in the autumn statement.
Seven things the UK governments could announce to fix social care22 November 2016
We've come up with seven things the UK governments could announce to help to fix social care in Great Britain.
Statement in response to Age UK and Alzheimer's Society findings17 November 2016
Leonard Cheshire Disability’s director of campaigns Peter Jenkins responds to the research from Age UK and Alzheimer’s Society.
Joan's story — the state of social care in Great Britain16 November 2016
Joan has written about her frustrations and fears for losing her independence, not being able to choose when go to bed.
Our response to the latest disability employment figures16 November 2016
Leonard Cheshire Disability’s campaigns director Peter Jenkins responds to today's disability employment figures.
Neil Heslop's letter to The Times on social care11 November 2016
Our chief executive Neil Heslop's letter to The Times in response to their article on ‘Careless Care’.
Lee's story — the state of social care in Great Britain8 November 2016
Lee on his fears about losing his social life as his care package gets cut from five to three days a week.