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A deepening crisis

Karolina Gerlich explains why there is no let up for some care workers Despite restrictions being lifted around Covid-19, care workers are still desperately in...

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...

Supporting independence

Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green discusses improved wellbeing The major talking point of the moment is the green paper and what it will deliver...

Opinion: A different path

Professor Green offers his thoughts on Care England’s annual conference The Care England conference this year focused on facing the future. It was the...

Maximising tech interventions

Dr Donald Macaskill examines concerns over privacy and data The technology industry magazine, Computer Weekly, carried a story in July about how artificial intelligence (AI)...

Social media strategy

Colin Angel offers advice on how providers can benefit from the use of a social network Social media is a multi-faceted tool to engage with...

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...

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...

Letter: Think social care first

On the 30 September the last remaining dedicated funding for social care to deal with Covid will come to an end. Yet the requirements it...

Missing the goal

Professor Green argues the rhetoric is far from reality Despite increases in the numbers of Covid infections, the focus now is on how we live...