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Exploitation in care

Unseen’s modern slavery and exploitation helpline saw a record number of calls in 2023, marking a rise for the fourth consecutive year. This coincides...

No longer a last resort

Investors predict a tough year ahead with things expected to pick up late this year and into 2025. However, that has not stopped care...

Keeping on top of quality and compliance

Neil Murray, director of quality and compliance at Bluebird Care, shares his insights into how providers can maintain excellence and oversight in between external...

Regulator pledges to work with sector as it implements change

Topics high on the agenda at Care England’s annual conference were regulation and funding. Deven Pamben provides the coverage Regulation in the care sector...

A growing risk

Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales director, detective superintendent Paul Peters, discusses the Welsh social care sector, highlighting cyber security risks the industry faces, and...

Facilitating growth

Improving safeguarding can help clear the path to growth. Following a survey of the special educational needs safeguarding sector, Dr Michelle Tempest, senior partner,...

On the backburner

Care home fees have rocketed up over the past two years, research from LaingBuisson has revealed. Deven Pamben attended the launch event of its...

Meeting the gap

Freddie Evans, associate, and Tom Atherton, senior analyst, both at Mansfield Advisors, examine the children’s services market and the opportunities it presents for investors Outcomes...

Race to the bottom

The sector finds itself in a bind with no obvious answers how struggles will be resolved. Deven Pamben attended a roundtable event to listen...

Breaking down barriers

There are many ways the sector can innovate but barriers remain and confusion persists. Deven Pamben reports from LaingBuisson’s Innovation in Care conference, which...