POST-BREXIT EMPLOYMENT LAW
POST-BREXIT EMPLOYMENT LAW

Kicking of the first comment of the year from law firm Keebles LLP, Catherine Wilson highlights the new laws that employers in the care sector must understand now that the UK has left the EU.

FLY HIGH
FLY HIGH

Garden wildlife expert Sean McMenemy discusses the benefits that birdwatching can have for those living with dementia.

MAINTAINING EXCELLENCE
MAINTAINING EXCELLENCE

Find out how software from the Access Group enabled an extra-care service to continue offering a high standard of care during a period of rapid expansion.

GOING DIGITAL DURING A PANDEMIC
GOING DIGITAL DURING A PANDEMIC

Care home manager Kelly Gallimore shares her experience of moving her care service onto electronic care management during the COVID-19 pandemic, using software from Log my Care.

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Care Home News

Annie Riley, Vocalist, The Not Forgotten Entertainment Team
The Not Forgotten, a British Armed Forces charity which supports serving and...
The Not Forgotten, a British Armed Forces charity which supports serving and...
Two Care Home Visitors Allowed
Care home residents in England will be able to receive two visitors indoors from...
Chrystine and Michael Girvan celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary at Coppice Lodge care home in Arnold.
A couple separated during the COVID-19 pandemic were reunited with a surprise...
Last week, Gracewell of Fareham buried a time capsule to mark the National Day of Reflection and remember everything they have overcome in the past year.
A care home in Fareham commemorated a year since the first national lockdown by...
Isa Reynolds with George the Puffin, Catmoor House Care Home.
A care provider has teamed up with a wildlife centre to allow its residents to...
Care home residents who have received one dose of either the Oxford-AstraZeneca or Pfizer vaccine have substantial protection against SARS-CoV-2 infection after four weeks, according to findings from the Vivaldi study led by UCL researchers.
Care home residents who have received one dose of either the Oxford-AstraZeneca or...
The Beeches Residential Home was visited by its local doctor who immunised all residents and staff with the second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Residents and staff at an Ixworth care home have received both doses of their...

Care Sector News

Val Prosser, of Furley Page
Kent law firm Furley Page has seen an increase in enquiries about Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs), as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic leads more people to put arrangements in place now in case they...
Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive of the Health Foundation
Government must be realistic about the pace of NHS recovery, the Health Foundation has warned. Responding to The Government's 2021-22 mandate to NHS England and NHS Improvement, Dr Jennifer...
Record Numbers NHS Doctors and Nurses
There are record numbers of NHS doctors and nurses working in England, according to the latest statistics published today.  The provisional figures show that, as of January 2021, there are a...
NHS Digital Adult Social Care Statistics
NHS Digital has published a new report today, outlining trends in adult social care statistics over time. Adult Social Care Statistics in England: An Overview brings together data from a range of...

Industry Comment

Helen Jamieson, Founder and MD at Jaluch HR & Training
Helen Jamieson, Founder and MD at Jaluch HR & Training, discusses the issue of employing a ‘no jab, no job’ policy as a care provider and the possible implications you must consider...
NCF Comment on Easing of Care Home Restrictions
Following the news that care home residents will be allowed one indoor visitor from the 8th March, the National Care Forum (NCF) – the leading member association for not-for-profit social care...

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