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

Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital was officially opened by Darren Parker, Joyce's husband.
A new mental health service for children and young people, named in memory of...
A new mental health service for children and young people, named in memory of...
Staff and residents at Bowbridge Court care home in Newark have been delighted to unveil the traditional British railway station, featuring facilities such as a bench seating area, classic luggage with a porter’s trolley and even bespoke decorations and signs to really get the feel of being track-side on the platform.
A care home has opened its own replica train station for residents to enjoy. ...
Residents at RMBI Care Co. Home Prince Edward Duke of Kent Court enjoying the new Stisted Safari.
Residents at RMBI Care Co. Home Prince Edward Duke of Kent Court in Stisted, Essex,...
Belong resident Kate, 70, cycling for gold.
Locked down residents at Belong have been going for gold by travelling the world on...
Last year, Care UK held a life drawing event as part of its Big Draw Festival 2019.
Care UK is the official health and social care sponsor of The Big Draw Festival...
Robin Smith had lived at Northleigh residential home since 1986, and was a popular resident.
Staff at a care home in Kettering have been celebrating the life of the UK’s...
Greenacres' ‘Secret Night Garden’.
A Holmfirth care home has been crowned the winner of a national gardening...

Care Sector News

The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) is hosting a series of virtual seminars to support its members and the care catering sector as they continue to navigate the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) is hosting a series of virtual seminars to support its members and the care catering sector as they continue to navigate the challenges presented by...
Four care workers from the Kanner Project in Plymouth have scaled Mount Snowdon to raise money for charity and a memorial for a colleague who passed away in August.
Four care workers from the Kanner Project in Plymouth have scaled Mount Snowdon to raise money for charity and a memorial for a colleague who passed away in August. Kurtis Steele, Rebecca...
Friends of the Elderly commits to mental wellbeing of residents and service users
In support of World Mental Health Day, a charity committed to supporting older people in the UK has reaffirmed its commitment to the mental wellbeing of its residents and service users. This...
The winners of the NACC Awards 2020 were announced in a virtual awards ceremony on 8th October.
The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) yesterday 8th October held its NACC Awards 2020 to recognise the exceptional contribution of care caterers inhis extraordinarily challenging year. ...

Industry Comment

A Pivotal Moment
As we adjust to the new normal, good hygiene will make or break care homes, says Simon Sassoon, CEO of 99POINT9. The last few months have been unlike any others in recent memory, as the world...
Asa Johnson, Project Manager for Activities and Memory Care at Sunrise Senior Living UK and Gracewell Healthcare
Asa Johnson, Project Manager for Activities and Memory Care at Sunrise Senior Living UK and Gracewell Healthcare, shares his thoughts on the importance of promoting emotional and physical wellbeing...

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