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Care home residents to receive video devices to stay connected

Isolated residents in care homes, hospices and in-patient learning disability and autism units will receive devices to keep connected with family and friends during...

Growth potential of care homes

Every lender should be interested in care homes, according to OakNorth Bank’s debt finance director Stuart Blair. He explains why As a debt finance director...

Overcoming perceptions

In the first in a series of articles covering real estate, Lawrence Bowles, a senior analyst at Savills UK, offers insight into the senior...

Care UK continues to grow self-funding segment of operation

Almost 50% of revenue earned by the residential care services division at Care UK was from self-funders. Money from the self-funding segment has grown from...

VIDEO: The Care Home Show speaks to… 

In this episode Simon Parker, founder of care management consultancy SP&P, speaks to Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green, chair of both Hallmark...

Challenging fee rates

It is imperative care providers understand the consequences of councils setting budgets based on inaccurate assumptions. John Wearing, partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors, explains The...

Scottish care home leader issues stark warning

The sector faces collapse if the necessary resources are not supplied to fight Covid-19, Scottish care home boss Robert Kilgour has said. He argued social...

CM meets… Max Shenkman

Five years on from its first investment in support living, Triple Point has helped unlock better outcomes for young adults and generate long-term sustainable...

Impact secures £50m credit facility

Real estate investment trust Impact Healthcare has signed a revolving credit facility worth £50m with HSBC. The bank facility is for an initial term of...

Covid-19: Employing staff in the care sector

Jo Moseley, a professional support lawyer in the employment team at Irwin Mitchell, explains the key issues providers need to be aware of in...