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THE CARE WORKERS’ CHARITY RESPONDS TO CQC STATE OF CARE REPORT

THE CARE WORKERS’ CHARITY RESPONDS TO CQC STATE OF CARE REPORT

The Care Workers’ Charity welcomes the considerations and suggestions of the Care Quality Commission’s State of Care report released earlier today. The report highlights several of the...
NEW CARE SECURES PLANNING APPROVALS IN GRAPPENHALL AND GUISELEY

NEW CARE SECURES PLANNING APPROVALS IN GRAPPENHALL AND GUISELEY

Development-led care home operator New Care has received planning consent for two new state-of-the-art care facilities, one in Grappenhall in Cheshire and a second in Guiseley in West Yorkshire. ...
L-R Margaret Brazier, Executive Assistant to the CEO and Anne Kasey, Home Manager

PAIR RETIRE AFTER ALMOST 100 YEARS’ COMBINED SERVICE AT CARE HOME

Maritime charity The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society is bidding farewell to two of its longest-serving staff members who are retiring after collectively serving 95 years supporting residents...
Care software provider Log my Care has announced the launch of its new Care Plan and Assessments tool, designed to revolutionise how care plans are created and managed.

NEW TOOL LAUNCHED TO TACKLE CARE PLANNING CHALLENGES

Care software provider Log my Care has announced the launch of its new Care Plan and Assessments tool, designed to revolutionise how care plans are created and managed. The new tool aims to save...
Tomorrow’s Care Awards 2020

NOMINATE YOUR FAVOURITES FOR A TOMORROW’S CARE AWARD

We are thrilled to announce that nominations for the Tomorrow’s Care Awards 2020 are now open. Now, it’s over to you to help us find the best products and services helping to transform...
Dentists are calling for serious changes to be made to oral health policies in care homes, after a CQC report concluded that residents are not given enough support to maintain and improve their oral health.

DENTISTS CALL FOR DENTAL REVOLUTION IN CARE HOMES

Dentists are calling for serious changes to be made to oral health policies in care homes, after a CQC report concluded that residents are not given enough support to maintain and improve their oral...
Social care should be free at the end of life says the Commons Health Committee

Social care should be free at the end of life

Social care for people who are likely to die within 12 months should be free, says a new report by the Commons Health Committee. The advice has come following a review of palliative and end of life...

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