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Lucky Thirteen for the North East & Yorkshire

Published on 3/04/2014

A new partnership forged by two major housing groups will boost their vital housing care and support services across the North East and North Yorkshire.

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Alzheimer’s Society questions GP claim

Published on 2/04/2014

The Alzheimer's Society has questioned claims made by a GP about new targets for dementia leading to over-diagnosis.

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University accreditation for dementia programme

Published on 1/04/2014

Amore Care has received university accreditation for a new successful ‘Creative Minds’ programme.

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Akari refurb accelerates

Published on 31/03/2014

Yarm-based Ayresome Court Care Home is undergoing a major refurbishment as part of Akari Care’s £12million investment programme in its homes throughout the UK.

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Insecurity looms over care workers

Published on 28/03/2014

More than a fifth of social care professionals worry about losing their jobs according to new research from specialist recruiter, Randstad Care.

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Jeremy Hunt to speak at Patient Safety Congress 2014

Published on 26/03/2014

The UK Secretary of State for Health will deliver the ministerial keynote on 22nd May at the UK’s biggest conference on patient safety.

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Fitness and IQ at 18 affect dementia

Published on 25/03/2014

Teenagers with poor fitness and poor cognitive performance are seven times more likely to develop early-onset dementia, according to new research.

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The new normal

Published on 24/03/2014

A new independent report commissioned by Red & Yellow Care has been launched to show what a 'good life' with dementia could look like. 

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Maidstone boosted by £1m investment

Published on 21/03/2014

Craegmoor, part of the Priory Group, is investing £1million in a new residential service in Maidstone for people with autistic spectrum conditions.

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'Trusts terrified of feedback'

Published on 20/03/2014

The CEO of complaints specialist Charter UK has added his opinion to the debate regarding NHS staff in some trusts removing feedback from online feedback forums.

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