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Countrymen Clubs UK

COUNTRYMEN CLUBS LAUNCHED TO SUPPORT MEN WITH LIFE-LIMITING CONDITIONS

A new service has launched, enabling men with health issues to access support in an environment they understand- the great outdoors. Countrymen UK is an exciting nationwide initiative, designed...
Heathcotes Rated Outstanding

HEATHCOTES ACHIEVES ‘OUTSTANDING’ RATING AT TWO SERVICES

Care provider Heathcotes Group ended 2019 on a high, receiving two CQC ‘Outstanding’ ratings for its specialist residential services in Bridlington and Sutton, South London. Previously...
Paul Shevlin, Chief Executive of Craven District Council plants a tree to commemorate the opening with Peter Corkindale, Mayor of nearby Keighley and Lisa Gardner, Service Director at Malsis Hall.

MALSIS HALL SPECIALIST CARE FACILITY CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING

Enhanced Community Healthcare Options (ECHO) is celebrating the grand opening of its new specialist care facility, Malsis Hall, in Glusburn. Paul Shevlin, Chief Executive of Craven District...
Following the release of the Care Quality Commission’s State of Care report, published today 15th October, a number of leading charities within the care sector have spoken out criticising the government’s approach to social care.

GOVERNMENT’S SOCIAL CARE APPROACH REQUIRES URGENT CHANGE, CHARITIES WARN

Following the release of the Care Quality Commission’s State of Care report, published today 15th October, a number of leading charities within the care sector have spoken out criticising the...
Mark Fennelly, from  St. Anne’s Community Services, has been shortlised in the The Guardian’s Public Servant of the Year Awards.

COMMUNITY SERVICES WORKER RECOGNISED IN NATIONAL AWARDS

A community services worker has been shortlisted for a national public service award after almost three decades of caring for some of Halifax’s most vulnerable people. Mark Fennelly, of...
wansea University academics are calling for policy makers, regulators and healthcare professionals to adopt a structured medicine monitoring system.

CARE HOMES NEED STRUCTURED DRUG MONITORING, SAY ACADEMICS

Swansea University academics are calling for policy makers, regulators and healthcare professionals to adopt a structured medicine monitoring system, after research showed a positive impact on the...
Skills for Care has signed up to the Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health, which brings organisations together to tackle poor mental health.

SKILLS FOR CARE SIGNS COMMITMENT TO BETTER MENTAL HEALTH

Skills for Care has signed up to the Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health , which brings organisations together to tackle poor mental health. The Prevention Concordat, co-ordinated by...
Fiona Clark, Head of Operations at Home Instead Senior Care Chesterfield, has raised an amazing £554 for the charity Mind, by trekking 5,895 metres up Mount Kilimanjaro.

HOME INSTEAD REACHES NEW HEIGHTS

Fiona Clark, Head of Operations at Home Instead Senior Care Chesterfield, has raised an amazing £554 for the charity Mind, by trekking 5,895 metres up Mount Kilimanjaro. Fiona, 30, decided to...
Heathcotes’ Head of Commissioning, Natalia Lysiuk

HEATHCOTES INTRODUCES NEW SUPPORTED LIVING PROPERTIES

Care provider Heathcotes Group has increased its capacity to provide a full care pathway for service users, with the development of independent supported living properties in Grimsby. Four spacious...
Dementia patients are ‘traveling the world’ by bicycle with the help of new technology, a video published by AXA and The Sunday Times has shown.

DEMENTIA PATIENTS EXPLORE THE WORLD WITH CYCLE TECHNOLOGY

Elderly people, including those with dementia, are ‘traveling the world’ by bicycle with the help of new technology, a video published by AXA and The Sunday Times has shown. As part of...

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