Monday, March 1, 2021
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All change for more of the same

Professor Green argues that politicians are making promises but lacking detail   The arrival of a new government will do little to change the position of social...

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...

Competing for a homecare workforce

Colin Angel argues that the social care sector needs support to develop workers The importance of recruiting sufficient numbers of homecare workers with the right...

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...

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...

Developing a workforce strategy

UKHCA policy director Colin Angel examines registration and regulation in the homecare sector Discussing whether England’s homecare and personal assistant workforce should be registered...

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)...

Rising from the flames

Professor Green says new solutions can break the monopoly of government commissioning It has been interesting to see over the last few weeks the number...

Self-employed personal assistants

Policy director at UKHCA Colin Angel urges providers to make sure contractual arrangements are clear The last couple of years have seen an increasing interest...

No hiding place

Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green demands firm action to save social care Many people will have seen the recent Panorama programme, which followed the...