HOMES THAT CARE
HOMES THAT CARE

The design of an interior can be detrimental to the health of someone with dementia. James Botterill, of HSSP Architects, investigates...

KEEBLES ON THE CASE: RECRUITMENT DURING COVID-19
KEEBLES ON THE CASE: RECRUITMENT DURING COVID-19

Catherine Wilson, Keebles LLP, advises on the things you need to remember when hiring new employees througout this very busy and difficult period. 

HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION: A FACTORY-BUILT FUTURE?
HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION: A FACTORY-BUILT FUTURE?

Modular construction was used to build the Nightingale hopsitals built to cope with COVID-19. Kirk Taylor, of Kajima, discusses whether modular construction holds the key to better healthcare faclities.

MORE THAN JUST A MEAL
MORE THAN JUST A MEAL

Did you know the Meals on Wheels service has been around since 1943. The NACC tells us more about how vital it is, and why it has been so essential during lockdown. 

ARE CARE WORKERS GETTING THE SUPPORT THEY DESERVE?
ARE CARE WORKERS GETTING THE SUPPORT THEY DESERVE?

Karolina Gerlich, from the Care Workers' Charity, explains the impact COVID-19 has had on the mental health of care workers, and what you as a care organisation should be doing to help.

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Care Home News

Roseland Court Care Home is one of three HC-One homes taking part in the DHSC's COVID-testing pilot.
Three care homes within the HC-One portfolio are taking part in the pilot testing...
Three care homes within the HC-One portfolio are taking part in the pilot testing...
85 year old resident Brian Green brings the Christmas spirt to Windsor Court care home!.
Windsor Court care home, based in Wetherby, is offering people in its local area...
Colin and his beloved dog Rusty are all set to do 50 laps around their care home to raise money for Cancer Research.
Colin Evans, 95, and his dog Rusty are set to do 50 laps around their Gracewell of...
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) has created a series of filmed concerts, specially designed for older people living in care settings, to enjoy from home anywhere in the UK.
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) has created a series of filmed...
 Tony virtually attended the event with daughter Fiona by his side.
A dedicated 94-year-old care home volunteer has scooped the National Volunteer...
During the virtual ceremony, Flavia (left) gave a speech  whilst resident Joyce (right) cut the ribbon on Flavia's behalf.
One care group proved that nothing can stop them, as they held a virtual grand...
14,000 care home residents and staff will be tested quarterly for their immune response to COVID-19, as part of a major research study to help inform future treatments for the virus.
14,000 care home residents and staff will be tested quarterly for their immune...

Care Sector News

NHS partnership Health Call is rolling out a new digital outpatients service to connect clinicians with patients at home and minimise the need to attend hospital appointments in person during the pandemic.
NHS partnership Health Call is rolling out a new digital outpatients service to connect clinicians with patients at home and minimise the need to attend hospital appointments in person during the...
The Care Workers’ Charity has partnered with Care Worker Tax Rebate to raise awareness to domiciliary care workers that they may be eligible to reclaim tax.
The Care Workers’ Charity has partnered with Care Worker Tax Rebate to raise awareness to domiciliary care workers that they may be eligible to reclaim tax.  The Care Workers’...
COVID Resilience programme
Public health agencies across the UK should launch a National COVID-19 Resilience Programme to support older people through the pandemic and to keep them healthy and resilient over the winter, a...
Bluebird Care St Helens and Bluebird Care Warrington’s Deputy Manager, Clare Toole, and her daughters Lacie and Lyla, made Meredith the scarecrow, especially for the festival.
Two branches of homecare provider Bluebird Care have raised over £100 for a good cause by entering a scarecrow festival. Bluebird Care St Helens and Bluebird Care Warrington took part in...

Industry Comment

Dementia UK Comment on Care Home Visits
Following the release of new government guidelines on care home visits during the second lockdown in England, charity Dementia UK is urging the government to adapt the advice to consider the needs...
NCF Letter on Care Home Visit Ban
A coalition of over 60 organisations, brought together by the National Care Forum (NCF) –  member association for not-for-profit social care providers – sent an open letter to Matt...

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