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Reaction to government’s COVID-19 action plan for adult social care- VODG

For far too long, the social care sector has not been recognised for the vital contribution it makes to our society. The Coronavirus (COVID-19)...

Proposed uplift of up to 10% for social care providers ‘wholly inadequate’ – VODG

A proposed uplift of up to 10% for social care providers to address rising demand and costs caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is...

Demand for government action on sleep in crisis

Demand for government action on sleep in crisis ahead of first anniversary of controversial compliance scheme   It is one year to the day since social...

Practical guidance launched today aims to help people choose the right social care support

Practical guidance launched today aims to help people choose the right social care support.   The resource, Top ten tips when choosing a support provider, is...

Social care is facing a critical funding crisis as NLW impacts sector

The Low Pay Commission is consulting on the rate for the National Living Wage (NLW) from April 2017. VODG fully endorses the principle of...

Government policies on disability care funding put social care in crisis

The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG) represents leading not for profit disability providers has Responded to the House of Commons Health Committee report on...

A perfect storm say care organisations as demand for social care rises and needs go unmet

“The absence of social care was an obvious and concerning void in the budget” says the head of leading voluntary sector group   The Voluntary Organisations...

Leading voluntary group challenge the Care Quality Commission to deliver value for money

The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG) which represents leading not for profit disability providers; has today responded to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) consultation on...

Care groups welcome Government’s commitment to cut red tape in adult social care

The report from the Cutting Red Tape review of the adult social care sector has now been published alongside the Government’s response. The report Cutting...

The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group respond to Time for Change: The Challenge Ahead.

  The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group welcome the publication of Sir Stephen Bubb’s latest report on the transforming care agenda.   VODG chief executive Rhidian Hughes said:   “This...

System should work together to improve learning disability and autism commissioning VODG report says

All parts of the system should work together to improve learning disability and autism commissioning says a new report from the Voluntary Organisations Disability...

Southern Health NHS review shows shocking inequalities faced by people with mental health needs and learning disabilities

Voluntary Organisations Disability Group chief executive speaks on the independent review of deaths of people with a learning disability or mental health problems in...

Refreshed board for leading disability group with Steve Scown confirmed as VODG chair

Refreshed board for leading disability group with Steve Scown confirmed as VODG chair The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group is the national body that represents leading...

Voluntary Organisations Disability Group welcomes Government’s response to No voice unheard, no right ignored

The leading body that represents not for profit disability organisations, Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG), today responds to Government’s response to No voice unheard,...

Updated advice issued to address health inequalities for people with learning disabilities

The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG), National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) and National Care Forum (NCF) has launched a new report describing how providers...

Transforming care: A joint response from the voluntary and independent provider sector

We are the organisations that represent voluntary and independent providers of learning disability services in England. We have come together to provide a unified...

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