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Millions don’t raise their concerns over care – here’s why you should

Millions don't voice their concerns about the healthcare they receive - we explore why it's important to do this, and how.

Here’s why you should plan for your end of life care

Most people haven't planned for their end of life care, according new Which? Later Life Care research. We explore why it's vital to do this, and ways you can prepare.

Why is it so hard to talk about care?

Many people find it difficult to talk to loved ones about care needs. Discover our guidance on navigating these tricky conversations.

Are older people receiving the care they need at home?

We explore how to access home care services and how to deal with medical emergencies, in light of Age UK's new report.

Scams: here’s how to protect yourself and loved ones

Discover the top scam warning signs, methods that scammers use to try to steal your money, what to do if you're caught out, and how to look out for a loved one.

Half of care homes failing in parts of England

More than half of care home places in some parts of England are in facilities rated as ‘inadequate’ or ‘requiring improvement’, according to analysis carried out by Which? of data released...

Where does your council tax money go?

Which? takes a look at where your council tax money could be spent in the upcoming years, as local authority budgets come under increasing strain.

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‘Sandwich generation’ more worried about elderly care than childcare

You might assume that childcare would be the main issue keeping parents awake and anxious at night, but a Which? survey has revealed that 40-60 year olds worry more about...

Lack of choice leaves families settling for unsatisfactory care homes

Lack of local care homes are leaving families with inadequate choice, and half of those needing care waiting for a bed, Which? research shows.

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