DAYLIGHT SAVING AND DEMENTIA
DAYLIGHT SAVING AND DEMENTIA

The clocks going forward can confuse anyone's body clock but, for those with dementia, it is much more complex.

DEVELOPING TOMORROW’S LEADERS
DEVELOPING TOMORROW’S LEADERS

How could a graduate management scheme benefit your care business? Skills for Care explains…

HOME SWEET HOME
HOME SWEET HOME

Vayyar's Ben Hirsch explains how technology is enabling people to remain independent for longer.

STRIKE THE RIGHT CHORD
STRIKE THE RIGHT CHORD

Playlist for Life’s Mary McDougall discusses the power of personalised playlists in dementia care. 

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Care Home News

Czajka Care Group resident Peggy Brayshaw enjoys a ‘virtual visit’
A West Yorkshire care company has invested in the latest technology and introduced...
A West Yorkshire care company has invested in the latest technology and introduced...
Hft Support Worker Kevin Hope
A support worker from Northumberland has been recognised for his lifesaving first...
VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIENCE FOR TAUNTON CARE HOME RESIDENTS
  Elderly residents at Oake Meadows Care Home have been treated to a...
NORTHFLEET COMMUNITY BRING SMILES TO LOCAL CARE HOME
Local children in Northfleet have been sending poems, paintings, letters and...
CARE HOME CORONAVIRUS CAMPAIGN REACHES A QUARTER OF A MILLION
Broomgrove's campaign to have the work of care home nurses, carers and ancillary...
Care Bosses Disqualified
Bosses of two care homes in the Midlands have been disqualified after they diverted...
Social Distancing Serenades
Staff at Amherst Court care home in Chatham have not let the current pandemic stand...

Care Sector News

REFERO OFFERS FREE ACCESS TO VIDEO CONSULTATION TECHNOLOGY
Refero, the video consultation firm which connects citizens with the public sector, has announced it is offering free usage of its platform to public sector bodies to support the local government...
Lord Patel of Bradford
Cygnet Health Care has appointed Professor Lord Patel of Bradford as Senior Independent Board Director.   Lord Patel joins Cygnet Health Care following many years of working at the...
Phil Crowther, CEO of the Newlands Group, which incorporates Tribe Recruitment and domiciliary care company Care Matters, has written to the minister of state for care, Helen Whately MP, highlighting the need to get staff who have previously been checked into work quickly, rather than waiting up to six weeks for new checks to return.
Tribe Recruitment, a healthcare sector recruiter based in the North East, is calling for the government to reduce the time taken to process Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks to 48 hours,...
Over 65s Coronavirus Struggles
Three in five (60%) people aged over 65 are currently unable to get enough supplies to cover their day-to-day needs, a study from older people’s charity Independent Age has revealed. ...

Industry Comment

Vulnerable People and Coronavirus
The current COVID-19 situation is worrying for everyone in the UK, and worldwide, but particularly for those living with conditions that make them more susceptible to the disease. One of these...
  Care Home Coronavirus Guidance
Vulnerable adults receiving social care will be better protected by new guidance issued to councils and care providers as the Government works to delay the spread of COVID-19.   The...

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