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Strengthening the safety net

This year the Care Quality Commission published new guidance on its market oversight scheme. However, concerns remain among those working in the care sector....

Demand projections

Ali Bahram, senior associate, and Freddie Evans, junior associate, supported by Arjun Sharma, of Mansfield Advisors, examine the different care home demand models The first...

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...

Designing for dementia

Evidence suggests a physically active lifestyle can have a significant impact on the wellbeing of people living with dementia. For those in the earlier...
co-housing developments

Co-housing developments

What did the ageing actress say to the former politician?... ‘We’ve got a hit TV series on our hands.’ Sarah Whitebloom reports on the...

Navigating market dynamics

Jonathan Sparey and Eilert Hinrichs, partners at L.E.K. Consulting, explain why the private sector is critical to meeting the growing demand for looked after...

Direction of travel

Tim Read, director of UK and Europe advisory services at Marwood Group, reflects on regulatory experience over the past five years and considers what...

Coming to market

High barriers and the need for quality makes adult specialist care an attractive proposition for investors. Deven Pamben covers LaingBuisson’s latest webinar on the...

Incentivising part-time workers could stem recruitment issues, says report

LaingBuisson outlines proposal to expand the full-time equivalent social care workforce by optimising part-time working Fine tuning benefit entitlements could offer a short-term economical and targeted...

A Review of the Adult Social Care Relative Needs Formulae

Dr Florin Vadean and Prof Julien Forder of the Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU) at the University of Kent offer insight on the...