Wednesday, August 5, 2020
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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...

Time for action

Prof Green argues there is nothing to get in the way of finding a long-term solution for care We begin 2020 with a government that has...
Colin Angel details his appearance at a House of Lords select committee

Calling for better oversight

Colin Angel details his appearance at a House of Lords select committee UKHCA called for better funding for social care and the need for oversight...

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...

Above and beyond

Prof Green makes the point that care staff are once again proving to be the sector’s most valuable resource The Covid-19 crisis has underlined the...

The choice is inertia

Care England head Professor Martin Green bemoans the lack of choice There is much written about the choices people have when it comes to accessing...

Choices, choices: Professor Martin Green looks at the options when it comes to...

There is much written about the choices people have when it comes to accessing care services. The fact that the Government paused the Care...

A fragile market

Colin Angel , policy director at the UK Homecare Association offers an inside view of the state of homecare The precarious state of the state-funded...

Registering risk

Colin Angel offers an insight into state-funded homecare services New research has produced a risk register for state-funded homecare services, highlighting commissioning practices of councils...

Repeating mistakes

Professor Martin Green calls for politicians to start making decisions I recently attended the launch of Baroness Cavendish’s book Extra Time. In this brilliantly written...