In response to the Francis report, government is launching plans to ensure that patients are always put first and people are treated with respect.
18 of 24 ministerial departments have moved their corporate websites to GOV.UK. More will join soon
Some people need extra care or support - practical or emotional - to lead an active life and do the everyday things that many of us take for granted. The government is working to provide a social care system that provides care for those who need it, and which enables people to retain their independence and dignity. Read more
The government is helping people make a full recovery from drug addiction and is discouraging people from misusing illegal drugs in the first place.
The government wants to make sure that health and social care services are safe for patients and adults in vulnerable situations.
The government wants people approaching the end of their life to be treated with dignity and to be able to die in a place of their choice.
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