Care of older people in their homes is so poor their human rights are being overlooked, an inquiry by the Equality and Human Rights Commission has found.
The SCIE has recently launched some new resources.
Care services minister Paul Burstow announced that adult safeguarding boards will be made compulsory for councils and their partners by being put on a statutory footing.
As part of the 'Transformation Government' strategy there will be a reduction in the number of government websites from April 2011.
Stop Hate UK is a 24/7 phone line which provides help all day, every day for people affected by hate crime in Nottinghamshire.
New guidance to prevent people with learning disabilities being victims of forced marriage has been launched by the Forced Marriage Unit.
Learning disabled people living in the community are increasingly finding themselves the victims of so-called mate crime.
A nurse who abused and humiliated an 85-year-old dementia sufferer was jailed.
An angry daughter has spoken of how she felt sick to her stomach when told her dementia sufferer mum had been the target for humiliating abuse at a care home.
A Fylde woman has been jailed for six months for the wilful neglect of a 57-year-old man who died in her care.