Ros calls for incentives for saving for later life care needs in response the Barker Commission report.
Ros responds to Kate Barker’s Commission calling for integration between health and care provision and encouragement of saving for later life care needs.
Ros wrote a column for the Yorkshire Post calling for new tax breaks to help people save for the looming costs of social care.
Ros explains why the pension flexibility introduced in the Budget can help pave the way for new products and approaches to encourage people to save for later life care costs.
Ros comments on the Report into social care by Baroness Kingsmill which highlights yet again the growing crisis and Ros explains why integration of health and care is going to be vital to overcoming some of the problems. She explains that the NHS is unsustainable without such reforms
Ros responded to the Barker Commission into social care funding in England. She points out that she believes we need a national system of care funding and that the current inequalities between different areas of the UK lead to confusion undermine the required integration between health and social care that is essential to the future of the NHS
Ros welcomes the Budget changes for ISA savings and calls on the Chancellor to use ISAs to incentivise saving for social care – perhaps allowing such savings free of inheritance tax.
Ros was a keynote speaker at a Seminar in the House of Commons exploring important issues around overcoming stereotypes, keepnig fit for later life and reforming social care to ensure a better advanced old age for all.
Ros explains her views on that zero hours contracts do not fit well with caring professions, where continuity and a caring environment are important
Telegraph website explains Ros’ views on the dangers of low interest rates distorting the economy and forcing savers to gamble with their future financial security.