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THE CARE SHOW POSTPONED UNTIL 2021

THE CARE SHOW POSTPONED UNTIL 2021

CloserStill Media, the organiser of The Care Show, has taken the decision to postpone the event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Care Show 2020 will now take place on 13th - 14th October 2021...
UNIQUE IQ LAUNCHES GUIDE TO OUTSTANDING CQC RATINGS

UNIQUE IQ LAUNCHES GUIDE TO OUTSTANDING CQC RATINGS

Home care technology firm, Unique IQ has launched a guide to using technology to achieve outstanding CQC ratings. Drawing on real case studies from home care providers such as Home Instead Senior...
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INDUSTRY STALWART RECRUITS NEXT GENERATION OF CARE ASSISTANTS

A care industry professional who has worked in the sector for 45 years is helping to recruit the next generation of care workers having established new partnerships with local colleges, schools, job...
DEMENTIA CARE SPECIALIST INVESTS IN NEW ADMISSIONS SUITE

DEMENTIA CARE SPECIALIST INVESTS IN NEW ADMISSIONS SUITE

Harrogate-based Vida Healthcare has launched a Controlled Admissions Suite to enable the protection of new residents and the wider community at the specialist dementia care provider. Launched at...
‘MANY’ ASYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 CARRIERS IN CARE HOMES

‘MANY’ ASYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 CARRIERS IN CARE HOMES

Many care home residents who have COVID-19 infection are either asymptomatic or experience ‘atypical’ symptoms – according to a new study from the University of East Anglia (UEA)...
AVANTE CARE & SUPPORT TO BUILD NEW KENT CARE HOME

AVANTE CARE & SUPPORT TO BUILD NEW CARE HOME IN KENT

Avante Care & Support has announced that it has completed the purchase on an acre plot of land in Westgate on Sea, Kent, to build a state-of-the-art care home for older people requiring care. ...
SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICE IN WALSALL TO CREATE UP TO 60 JOBS

SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICE IN WALSALL TO CREATE UP TO 60 JOBS

ECHO Supported Living Services is opening a new support service in Walsall to enable local people in long-term hospital placements to return to living in their own community. The six houses,...
GOVERNMENT ACCUSED OF BEING ‘SLOW’ AND ‘INCONSISTENT’ WITH SOCIAL CARE

GOVERNMENT ACCUSED OF BEING ‘SLOW’ AND ‘INCONSISTENT’ WITH SOCIAL CARE

A new report published by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has accused the Government of being “slow, inconsistent, and at times negligent” in their approach to social care in the...
SUPPORT WORKER CELEBRATES MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY AT CHARITY

SUPPORT WORKER CELEBRATES MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY AT CHARITY

A support worker from Barnston has shared her pride at marking 25 years of supporting people with learning disabilities to live the best life possible. Yvette Adams, 71, is celebrating over two...
TOMORROW’S CARE AWARDS: ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS

TOMORROW’S CARE AWARDS: ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS

It has been a difficult year but we are looking ahead and want to celebrate the best products and services in the care industry. We are therefore now accepting entries for the Tomorrow’s Care...

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