The Intrinsic Element of Ethical Provision
The Intrinsic Element of Ethical Provision

Privacy and dignity are a human right, but some care homes are failing to protect these values. We need to ask why, says Care 4 Quality.

Technology for Turbulent Times
Technology for Turbulent Times

New innovations have the potential to protect both service users and care workers by helping prevent the spread of COVID-19, explains Steve Sawyer of Access.

Let’s Hear It For The Nurses
Let’s Hear It For The Nurses

Before the pandemic, we took nursing for granted. How can we promote it’s value to society in the future?

A Safer, Sustainable Future
A Safer, Sustainable Future

Effective waste management practices can help protect homes residents and staff, as well as our planet.

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Care Home News

CARE BOOST FOR VETERANS AS STAFF QUALIFY TO PRESCRIBE MEDICATION
A lead nurse and a lead physiotherapist at Royal Star & Garter have become the...
A lead nurse and a lead physiotherapist at Royal Star & Garter have become the...
Hft legacy gifts transform allotment for people with learning disabilities
A group of adults with learning disabilities from Cornwall has been reaping the...
THE NOT FORGOTTEN LAUNCHES UK CARE HOME CONCERT TOUR
The Not Forgotten, a British Armed Forces charity which supports serving and...
The McVitie’s Tasties Biscuit Decorating Competitio
pladis, the global snack company behind McVitie’s and Jacob’s, has...
Sunrise of Banstead residents enjoy nostalgic concert from the Not Forgotten
Residents of local care home, Sunrise of Banstead were treated to a nostalgic...
Care home Gracewell of Sutton Coldfield opens its own bar.
Care home Gracewell of Sutton Coldfield has opened its own bar. Named the Royal...
TRADITIONAL SCOTTISH FANFARE AS MARGARET TURNS 100
Margaret McGregor, a resident at Muirton House care home has celebrated her...

Care Sector News

SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICE IN WALSALL TO CREATE UP TO 60 JOBS
ECHO Supported Living Services is opening a new support service in Walsall to enable local people in long-term hospital placements to return to living in their own community. The six houses,...
GOVERNMENT ACCUSED OF BEING ‘SLOW’ AND ‘INCONSISTENT’ WITH SOCIAL CARE
A new report published by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has accused the Government of being “slow, inconsistent, and at times negligent” in their approach to social care in the...
SUPPORT WORKER CELEBRATES MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY AT CHARITY
A support worker from Barnston has shared her pride at marking 25 years of supporting people with learning disabilities to live the best life possible. Yvette Adams, 71, is celebrating over two...
TOMORROW’S CARE AWARDS: ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS
It has been a difficult year but we are looking ahead and want to celebrate the best products and services in the care industry. We are therefore now accepting entries for the Tomorrow’s Care...

Industry Comment

Jitesh Patel, Social Care Sector Lead at Kajima Partnerships
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the need to change the way long-term care is provided. Jitesh Patel, Social Care Sector Lead at Kajima Partnerships, discusses. Although the immediate...
Sunrise of Elstree Resident's COVID-19 story
With the care home sector at the centre of the COVID-19 crisis, a Hertfordshire facility shares how they have dealt with this invisible threat. Sunrise of Elstree was just one of the many care...

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