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Care UK’s sale of its domicilary care services marks its third transaction of 2015

Care UK sells domiciliary care services to Mears Group

Care UK has confirmed the sale of its domiciliary care services, supporting around 13,000 people in their own homes, to Mears Group.   The transaction completes a refocusing of Care UK’s...
Alzheimer’s Society says a lack of funding means "we are limited in how quickly we can make life-changing discoveries"

UK research spend on dementia ‘still too low’

The amount of government money spent on dementia in the UK has risen significantly in recent years, but it is still too low when compared with the economic and personal impact the condition has, a...
CQC focuses on human rights training

Commission funds new human rights training for CQC

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is to fund training in equality and human rights for Care Quality Commission (CQC) staff to ensure the human rights of people who use health and social...
Glen Care appoints specialist nurse as Service Manager

Glen Care appoints specialist nurse as Service Manager

Specialist care provider Glen Care has appointed qualified learning disability nurse Beverley Clancey to head up its Coulsdon based care home with nursing service. Bringing with her 24 years of...

Young Life Stories Told

The moving stories of how three young people and their families were let down by learning disability services that should have been caring for them are at the heart of a new  report from the...

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