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A quiet revolution

Michael Voges, ARCO executive director, believes housing with care is distinctive and that these distinctions matter Whilst there has been much sound and fury in...

Building blocks

Professor Martin Green argues that a vision for social care needs to be created Yet again we have seen the attempt to push social care...

Creating inclusive communities

More retirement housing for LGBT+ people is needed, explains Anna Kear, CEO of Tonic Housing The most common question I get asked is why is...

The scars remain raw

Despite claims of disunity, Nadra Ahmed argues the sector is united For those of us who work in the world of social care the past...

Attracting investment

Professor Green says the social care sector needs a firm foundation Finally, after nearly 24 years I think the prospect of social care reform is...

Platform for development

Professor Green is calling for a new approach to the care sector’s workforce The government recently announced changes to the shortage occupation list and this...

From ignorance to celebration and respect

Today (Friday 2 April) the UN marks World Autism Awareness Day, just a couple of weeks after World Down Syndrome Day, which took place...

After the storm the need of calm

Donald Macaskill, chief executive of Scottish Care, offers his reflections on the past year and the need for calm The anniversaries of lockdown have been...

Seizing the opportunity

Chief executive of Care Forum Wales Mary Wimbury explains why the sector cannot be forgotten  The pandemic has seen unprecedented government financial support to businesses...

Investment with impact

Marcus Adam, development director at Octopus Real Estate, on how investing in retirement communities can have a positive impact on people, society and the...