THE CARE SECTOR CAN SLEEP EASIER
THE CARE SECTOR CAN SLEEP EASIER

Andrew Rayment and Lucy Gordon, of law firm Walker Morris, discuss the recent Mencap litigation judgement on sleep-in shifts for care staff and what it means for the sector. 

THE BURNING QUESTION
THE BURNING QUESTION

iHASCO discusses whether care providers are doing enough when it comes to fire safety.

KEEBLES ON THE CASE: CAPITAL ALLOWANCES
KEEBLES ON THE CASE: CAPITAL ALLOWANCES

Charlotte Harris, from law firm Keebles LLP, discusses the topic of capital allowances and why they need to be considered when dealing with the sale or purchase of a care home.

 KEEP ON MOVING
KEEP ON MOVING

The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society (RASS) addresses the role of fitness and exercise in supporting the emotional and physical welfare of elderly residents.

MARCH OF THE CARE HOME ROBOTS
MARCH OF THE CARE HOME ROBOTS

Essity’s Liam Mynes looks at the importance of striking a balance between resource efficiency and a reassuring human presence in the care home.

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Care Home News

Nightingale Hammerson Intergenerational Care Home
A new care home, pioneering an intergenerational approach to care, has opened in...
A new care home, pioneering an intergenerational approach to care, has opened in...
More Care Home Restrictions Eased
From Monday 17th May, care home residents will be able to have more named visitors...
A former London cab driver has told of how the COVID-19 pandemic gave him the final push needed to embark on a new career in adult social care.
A former London cab driver has told of how the COVID-19 pandemic gave him the final...
Staff rehearsing for a special dance recital performed at the barbecue.
Care staff in Surbiton have enjoyed a week of treats and pampering, as part of the...
Fairway View’s Kitchen Manager is ready for the Ideal Masterchef competition!
Care provider Ideal Carehomes has launched an ‘Ideal MasterChef’...
All care home residents will be able to participate in more out-of-home visits without having to isolate on their return, the government has announced.
All care home residents in England will be able to participate in more out-of-home...
Residents at HC-One’s Oakland residential care home in Rochdale, Lily Brodgen and Jack Wellen, took the lead roles of Sandy and Danny, originally played by John Travolta and Oliva Newton-John in the film.
Care home residents in Lancashire were treated to an afternoon of musical fun,...

Care Sector News

An investigation of the healthcare system in England is encouraging women with learning disabilities to share their experiences.
An investigation of the healthcare system in England is encouraging women with learning disabilities to share their experiences.  The first ever government-led Women’s Health Strategy...
Retirement specialist Just Group has revealed the immense financial cost shouldered by informal carers looking after elderly relatives, with these carers spending £58 a week on average.
Caring for their elderly loved ones costs unpaid carers over £3,000 per year, new research has revealed. Retirement specialist Just Group has revealed the immense financial cost shouldered...
Perfect Ward, a specialist provider of digital quality improvement and safety solutions, has introduced enhanced action planning and an upgraded web portal to empower those working in health and care to improve quality.
Perfect Ward, a specialist provider of digital quality improvement and safety solutions, has introduced enhanced action planning and an upgraded web portal to empower those working in health and...
Over 10 million people in the UK have received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Over 10 million people in the UK have received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Health services across the UK have now administered over 43 million vaccines between 8th December and 18th...

Industry Comment

Fire Safety in Care Homes
The experts from training provider iHASCO discuss whether care providers are doing enough when it comes to fire safety. Fire can have a devastating effect on organisations. So, why are so many...
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...

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