Brexit and the workforce

We're keeping in touch with the implications of Brexit; here are our thoughts on what it will mean for the workforce and Human Resources more widely. The social care workforce is our most prized asset. With essential skills, determination and the... Read more

Brexit: implications for adult social care

We've been pulling together the analysis of what the impact of Brexit on the UK's adult social care sector vote is likely to be. The most worrying aspect is the impact on recruitment where 13.8% of direct workers in Oxfordshire are non-British... Read more

Brexit and social care

The UK has voted for Brexit. And there has been plenty of analysis before and after the vote about what this means for our country, but most discussion has been about the finance sector, exports, and when touching on care, all about the NHS. What... Read more

Talking Care launches

Talking Care Issue 1 cover

Our brand new sparkling new magazine has now launched! Talking Care is aimed at people who buy and use services and provides inside information on: what to look for; how the social care sector works; and, what people who work and use... Read more

OACP celebrates achievement

OACP logo

The 30th April marks the end of our highly successful first subscription year and we are looking forward to our second. Our annual report details our achievements over this last year and we would like to thank all of our members and the wider... Read more

Faith, hope, charity and the road to ubasute

Japanese image of son carrying elderly mother to top of a mountain

Though subsequent versions vary, the King James version of the Bible, quotes 1 Corinthians, verse 13 as: 'And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity'. As we digest the combined efforts of Oxfordshire... Read more

Re-structuring Oxfordshire

Following the decision on 26 January by Oxfordshire County Council Cabinet to agree swingeing and immoral cuts to voluntary and community sector services, including withdrawal of funding for day centres for older people, community bus services and... Read more

Oxfordshire DisUnited?

Pictures of Oxfordshire county splitting

Enough is Enough is deeply disappointed, but not surprised, that Cabinet recommended that Full Council adopt £69m of budget cuts to front-line services on 16 February. Whilst respecting the legal duty to provide for a balanced budget, this is a... Read more

Enough is Enough

95 days

An unprecedented alliance of voluntary sector organisations and care providers is today launching a campaign calling on Oxfordshire County Council to reconsider its 95 Budget Options currently out for consultation. The Enough is Enough coalition,... Read more