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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...

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...

Why the delay?

Care England head Professor Martin Green demands discipline in delivering This winter has been characterised by two recurring events. It used to be that winter was...

Are we all in it together?

Care England head Professor Martin Green questions the CMA Since politicians used the phrase ‘we are all in it together’ it has been taken up by...

Workforce on the breadline

Chief executive of the National Association of Care and Support Workers Karolina Gerlich wants to reframe the conversation about social care We cannot expect care...

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...

Promoting tech innovation

Care England digital development executive Daniel Casson looks at how technology can be a key driver for change The rising numbers of people needing care...

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...

The rhetoric and reality gap

Professor Green discusses the difficulties in navigating the health and care system The vision of health and social care services is very clear and well-articulated...