Sunday, December 4, 2022
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Leap of faith

Internet of Things in social care has a long way to go. Alistair Kleebauer takes a closer look at some of the examples that...

Part of the solution

Housing with care has struggled to gain the same traction as with other countries. Deven Pamben attended ARCO’s annual conference, and a report launch...

Problems to fix

Workforce, funding and regulation were central themes at LaingBuisson’s Social Care and Retirement Living Conference this year, with some venting their frustrations. Deven Pamben...

A personal choice

Care home workers must be fully vaccinated from Covid-19 by 11 November. Alistair Kleebauer examines some of the debate around mandatory vaccines Care providers, trade...

New kids on the block

The children’s services sector is primed for further growth. Dr Joe Taylor, head of the North, and Dr Michelle Tempest, partner, of Candesic, examine...

Profitable niches

LaingBuisson has published its latest Homecare and Supported Living report. The sector performed resiliently during the past year, but issues remain. Deven Pamben provides...

Above and beyond

With the number of people needing palliative care expected to rise, what needs to happen within the homecare sector to cope with demand? Alistair Kleebauer...

No easy answers

The SEND review recommendations have been delayed again until after summer. Tim Read, director, UK and Europe healthcare advisory at Marwood Group, speculates on...

A broken system

Chris Wild, author of The State of It: Stories from the frontline of a broken care system, is part of the expert group advising...

The bigger picture

After the catastrophe of Covid-19, will the care home industry remain frail or will it come back stronger? Freddie Evans and Adam Scott of...