FOOD FOR THOUGHT
FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Huw Crampton, at Tidy Planet, explores what the Environment Bill means for the care sector in the run up to the new food waste regulations coming into effect.

UNDER ATTACK
UNDER ATTACK

Is enough being done to protect the personal safety of care staff and residents, asks Allan Aikman, Product Design Manager at Pinpoint.

A SAFE ESCAPE
A SAFE ESCAPE

The experts at Safelincs advise on how to ensure fire safety for all in your care facility. 

ALL UNDER CONTROL
ALL UNDER CONTROL

The adoption of new technologies is needed around the handing of controlled drugs to modernise processes and drive patient safety, says Ed Platt, Automation Director of Omnicell UK & Ireland.

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Care Home News

MUSICIAN HELPS BELONG WARRINGTON MAKE MELODIES
Music therapy sessions that help people connect, communicate and engage, have hit...
Music therapy sessions that help people connect, communicate and engage, have hit...
WORCESTER CARE HOME MANAGER SHORTLISTED FOR TOP UK AWARD
A mental health nurse who designed a tailored service so people living with...
SHERWOOD GRANGE CARE HOME HOLDS NUDE LIFE DRAWING CLASS
Life at Care UK’s Sherwood Grange care home in south-west London is not quite...
NATIONAL CARE HERO AWARD FOR SHEFFIELD CARER
Anita Schole, a Carer at Rosebank Care Home in Sheffield, has won a national social...
CARING HOMES WELCOMES 100TH OVERSEAS HEALTH CARE SOCIAL WORKER
Caring Homes Group has welcomed their 100th overseas Health Care Social Worker...
CARE UK HOME TEAMS SUPPORT LONDON PRIDE
Last weekend, 50 Care UK team members from 19 different care homes paraded through...
 Photo: From left to right, staff members Charlotte Reynolds, Anna Janakowska, Deidre Johnson (Home Manager) and Michelle Dyer holding their BCA certificates.
Care Home Manager Deidre Johnson at RMBI Care Co. Home Barford Court, in Hove, has...

Care Sector News

CHEC LAUNCHES BRAND-NEW ENDOSCOPY SERVICE FOLLOWING SUCCESSFUL EXPANSION OF FACILITIES
CHEC (Community Health and Eye Care), one of the largest providers of community-based ophthalmology services in the UK, has launched a new endoscopy service as it expands beyond its renowned eyecare...
WELLBEING EVENT HELD FOR LINCOLNSHIRE CARE ASSISTANTS
A wellbeing event has recently been hosted by home care provider Bluebird Care Lincolnshire to celebrate the efforts of their team.  Around 30 team members and their families from the...
SOCIAL CARE WORKERS TELL GOVERNMENT IT’S TIME TO PAY FAIR FOR CARE
Hundreds of social care workers, providers and those who draw on social care will be lobbying Parliament on 19 July and telling MPs about the crisis in social care and giving their personal stories...
RESEARCH REVEALS TOP BARRIERS TO ADOPTION OF TECHNOLOGY IN UK CARE HOMES
A new, independent survey commissioned by P2P (Procure-to-Pay) technology firm Zupa, has revealed inconsistencies amongst care home managers in relation to the role of technology in UK care homes....

Industry Comment

COMMUNITY EYE CARE CAN REDUCE NHS WAITING LISTS
With more than 600,000 patients currently waiting for eye care treatment in England, could community-based providers like CHEC relieve the burden on the NHS, asks Imran Rahman, CEO of CHEC. How...
Heatwave Warning for The Elderly
Will Donnelly, Care Expert and Co-Founder of Lottie, shares his tips on how to keep elderly residents safe during the hot weather. The Met Office has issued its first extreme heat-health alert...

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