A DECADE OF DIGITAL
A DECADE OF DIGITAL

David Lynes, CEO & Founder of Unique IQ reflects on ten years of transformation in the sector and the impact of technology has had on day-to-day care delivery. 

THE LIFECYCLE OF LINEN
THE LIFECYCLE OF LINEN

Bins brimming with textile waste are becoming a thing of the past at many care home laundries. David Midgley, Managing Director of Regenex, explains why. 

CARE QUALITY THROUGH CONNECTION
CARE QUALITY THROUGH CONNECTION

Could the number of COVID-19 deaths in care home been significantly reduced? Professor Stuart Solomons, Founder of Ernie Connects, suggests technology could have held the answer.

SOCIAL NETWORKING
SOCIAL NETWORKING

Skills for Care provides a brief guide on the digital solutions available to support recruitment in the social care sector.

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Care Home News

MEDDYG CARE TO BECOME FIRST WELSH CARE HOME WITH ADMIRAL NURSE SERVICE
A Gwynedd care home group has been granted permission by a leading dementia...
A Gwynedd care home group has been granted permission by a leading dementia...
Steve and Val Dunn renew marriage vows at Park Avenue Care Home Kent
Park Avenue Care Home in Bromley recently held a special service as resident Steve...
CARE HOME STAR BAKERS RAISE FUNDS FOR THE ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY
Care home residents from Fairway View, in Bulwell have been ‘baking up a...
GRACEWELL OF FROME TAKE ON CHARITY WALK FOR ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY
On Sunday 5 September, Gracewell of Frome care home walked 5km before holding a...
Woodland Court Retirement Village Hosts Free Open Day
Woodland Court, a luxury retirement village in Downend, Bristol, is hosting its...
BLUEBIRD CARE CELEBRATES TEAM MEMBERS
Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire, a leading home care provider, has celebrated...
BELONG STRENGTHENS OPERATIONS TEAM WITH NEW APPOINTMENT
Dementia care specialist Belong has appointed Ali Gopaul to its operations team,...

Care Sector News

THE ACCESS GROUP PROVIDES APPRENTICESHIPS FUNDING FOR CARE PROVIDERS
The Access Group has announced it is making £250,000 available for care providers to invest in apprenticeships and training. With Skills for Care warning that the adult social care sector...
FOUR BEAUMONT COLLEGE STUDENTS SCOOP NATIONAL ART AWARDS
Four students from Beaumont College, Lancaster, which supports individuals with complex physical needs, celebrated as they took home gold and silver awards at this year’s Unique Art Awards. ...
FREE PODCAST: COMPULSORY CARE VACCINATIONS EXPLAINED
iHASCO has partnered with HR & Employment Law experts at Citation to help care homes make sense of the legislation surrounding compulsory vaccinations.  Under regulations that came into...
ARCO DONATES £72,000 WORTH OF PPE TO CHARITY
Arco, a specialist UK-based safety company has donated over £72,000 of PPE supplies to Leonard Cheshire, a pan disability charity. Leonard Cheshire employs 4,500 front line staff to support...

Industry Comment

IT’S ALL ABOUT CULTURE
Never overestimate the importance of having the right people, with the right skills and the right mindset in place when it comes to safeguarding, says Rob Finney, Chief Operating Officer at...
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The wellbeing of care workers should be on the agenda alongside the welfare of care receivers, says John Ramsay, Founder and MD of Social-Ability, as he explores the role that technology can play in...

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