Friday, September 25, 2020
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Reforming care and support

The sector must be kept high on the agenda, says Kathryn Smith, Social Care Institute for Excellence Since lockdown we’ve done a lot of work...

Lessons for the future

Care England chief executive Prof Martin Green looks at the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and how the social care sector moves forward The Covid-19...

Raising concerns

Andrew Pepper-Parsons, head of policy at UK whistleblowing charity Protect, asks if Covid-19 will mean care providers buy into a whistleblowing culture Protect, the UK...

Learning from experience

Professor Martin Green, Care England chief executive, says the need to deliver outcomes quickly is imperative Covid-19 is the biggest health crisis that has...

Shielded yet connected

Michael Voges, executive director at Associated Retirement Community Operators, explains how retirement communities have supported residents through the Covid-19 crisis Responding to the Covid-19 pandemic...

Fighting fear

Andy Nazer, campaign manager at Campaign to End Loneliness, discusses loneliness among older people during the pandemic I didn’t really think of myself as being...

Crossing the Rubicon

Daniel Casson, digital development executive at Care England, explains how care providers are using tech during Covid-19 Early February saw the first care home go...

Above and beyond

Prof Green makes the point that care staff are once again proving to be the sector’s most valuable resource The Covid-19 crisis has underlined the...

Migration policy and the homecare sector

Colin Angel provides insight into the impact of the UK’s future migration plans An early insight into the impact of the UK’s future migration policy...

Time for action

Prof Green argues there is nothing to get in the way of finding a long-term solution for care We begin 2020 with a government that has...