Tag: Home Care
Around 145,000 people currently live with Parkinson's in the UK. Furthermore, for every hour that passes, on average another two people are diagnosed. That’s why awareness, staff training and high-quality support are so important.
Telford based home care company Hands on Care celebrate 10 years in social care
Two carers have been praised for “going an extra 10 miles” for their service users and being the sort of people “who make the world a better place”.
Lack of digital social care offered by care providers and councils means people and practitioners are missing out, says Commission
Not enough local authorities or care providers are using available technology within social care to keep people safe, happy and healthy at home, according to the final report of a Commission exploring the issue.
Continuing with its ambitious expansion plans across the North West, Alcedo Care Group has opened three new offices in Wigan, St Helens and Bury.
Scarlett Cabrini is appointed Managing Director of five of the leading franchises within the Bluebird Care franchise network.
Fast growing Alcedo Care Group has appointed Catherine Hill from Chester as head of quality and compliance.
Two new guides, launched by Music for Dementia, which are supported by the National Academy for Social Prescribing (NASP), describe how link workers can assess music needs and signpost people to music-based activities and services.
A comment from Yogi Amin, head of public law at Irwin Mitchell, regarding the legal rights of people with disabilities to be able to live in the community. His comments come at a time when lockdown restrictions look set to be eased and local authorities set their annual budgets
Institute of Health and Social Care Management to give a voice to Care Industry Leaders and Managers
the Institute of Health and Social Care Management to give a voice to leaders and managers working throughout both health and social care.
Our health system needs to be focussed more on keeping people healthy, well and independent, rather than waiting until they get ill. This delivers better outcomes for the health and care systems, saves money in the long-term and crucially, means that more people can enjoy a better quality of life.
Against the backdrop of arguably the toughest year for the social care sector, leading home care provider Home Instead is celebrating its highest ever client advocacy score and world class employee engagement scores.
In Home Care’s Chelmsford branch will be officially launched in January. The branch will provide hourly, overnight, and live-in care services for individuals with physical disabilities and learning difficulties. These services also include tailored dementia care and companionship, as well as elderly care.
Statement from the UK Chief Medical Officers on extension of self-isolation period “In symptomatic people COVID-19 is most infectious just before, and for the first...
A home care service provider is helping older people to stay active and independent during the coronavirus lockdown. Customers of Belong at Home, the...
It’s run in partnership between Skills for Care, the NHS Leadership Academy, and supported by the Department of Health and Social Care. It includes...
In the past week the Care Quality Commission has published a further 101 reports on the quality of care provided by adult social care...
New analysis reveals that providing just a few hours of care visits a day for elderly people in their own homes may be costing...