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CARE HOME RESIDENTS GO SIGHTSEEING USING VR THERAPY

Published on 18/10/2017

Buckingham Palace, Bamburgh Castle and Beamish Museum were just some of the sights enjoyed by Stockton care home residents in one afternoon using virtual reality (VR) technology.

ANIMAL ANTICS AT CLIFDEN HOUSE

Published on 12/10/2017

A Noah’s Ark of creatures visited a dementia care centre in Seaford recently, as part of its initiative to create a calm and therapeutic environment for its residents using animals.



CARE CATERING EXCELLENCE CELEBRATED AT NACC AWARDS 2017

Published on 11/10/2017

The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) crowned the winners of the NACC Awards 2017 at a gala dinner, which also celebrated the association’s 30th anniversary.

HILL CARE’S MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNINGS RAISE HUNDREDS

Published on 9/10/2017

Hundreds of pounds have been raised for the fight against cancer after Hill Care homes across the north of England hosted charity coffee mornings.


NEW ‘CARE TO LIMBO’ CAMPAIGN GETS CELEBRITY SUPPORT

Published on 5/10/2017

HCP Social Enterprise, an innovative social enterprise company, is vowing to get the nation doing the limbo through its new and inspiring social media campaign, ‘Care to Limbo’.

PEOPLE ARE RELUCTANT TO USE PUBLIC DEFIBRILLATORS

Published on 3/10/2017

People are reluctant to use public access defibrillators to treat cardiac arrests, according to a study led by the University of Warwick.

ART COLLABORATION IN SUSSEX BRIDGES GENERATION GAP

Published on 29/09/2017

Children from across Sussex are collaborating with a dementia care home in Seaford to produce an extravagant artwork.

 

VULNERABLE RESIDENTS AT RISK AS LANDLORDS IGNORE FIRE SAFETY

Published on 27/09/2017

The safety of care home and sheltered housing residents is still at risk as little action has been taken since the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in June, according to new research commissioned by the British Woodworking Federation.

PERFORMANCE-RELATED PAY DOESN’T PROMOTE BETTER LONG-TERM HEALTHCARE

Published on 26/09/2017

Offering general practices more money according to the number of people with long-term health conditions- like diabetes, cancer or dementia- they treat does not lead to improved care, according to a study by the University of Kent.

CARE HOME RESIDENTS’ MEMORY WALK RAISES FUNDS FOR CHARITY

Published on 21/09/2017

Elderly care home residents have been raising funds for the fight against dementia with a sponsored walk.


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