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Change the record

Care England chief executive Professor Green argues social care is in need of a huge injection of capital I am at a loss to know...

Some are more equal than others

Professor Green argues that in every aspect of life ageism is alive and kicking It is certain that 2019 will be a very critical year....

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...

Positive prospects in UK homecare

Deven Pamben looks at LaingBuisson’s latest research into the prospects of the homecare and assisted living markets The prospects for both homecare and assisted living...

The same old story

Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green is calling for a commissioner to represent older people The 21st century is one that is characterised by...

All change… We hope

Care England head Professor Martin Green is hoping for a new era As the political turmoil surrounding Brexit continues we have seen changes in some of...

The wellbeing of care workers

Karolina Gerlich, chief executive of National Association of Care and Support Workers provides insight into the organisation's latest research The National Association of Care and...
Changes to wage regulations that are set to come into force in April

Payroll procedures

Colin Angel look at changes to wage regulations that are set to come into force in April The requirements for what must be stated on...

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...

Meeting the rules

Colin Angel delves into the topic of registration  for homecare agencies The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has described a ‘substantial churn’ in the homecare sector,...