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Homecare providers struggling to meet demand

Nearly half of homecare providers cannot meet demand despite improvements in staff retention, while others have a lack of work for their care workers.  Findings...

Care Provider Alliance urges regulator to take ‘swift and decisive’ action

Nurses working in social care need to be supported by a regulator that upholds the highest standards of professionalism and public protection. The Care Provider...

Prestige Nursing & Care enters franchise market

Prestige Nursing & Care has entered the franchise market as part of its next stage of growth. It has received accreditation from the British Franchise...

Nourish Care partners with wellbeing and engagement app

Nourish Care is partnering with wellbeing and engagement app Altra to promote communication between family and friends of people who use care services and...

Optimo Care Group rebrands homecare division

Yorkshire-based Optimo Care Group has rebranded its domiciliary care division to Choices Homecare. Founded in 2010, Optimo has rapidly grown its portfolio over the past...

Awareness over importance of data and cyber security grows

Almost 75% of care providers published their Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT) by the 30 June deadline – beating the target of 70%. Compliance...

CWC launches project for care workers to share insights

The Care Workers’ Charity (CWC) has launched a project to help address policy issues impacting staff in the sector. Funded by The Rayne Foundation, as...

Kilgour expresses regret over PE involvement in Four Seasons

Robert Kilgour has expressed regret for turning to private equity when he was looking to grow Four Seasons Health Care in the late-1980s. Interviewed for...

Menu planning and food service guidelines to support care homes

Menu planning and food service guidelines for older adults living in care homes have been published to help meet the nutritional requirements of residents. Specialist...

Churchill to focus on ‘living’ rather than ‘retirement’

Housing provider Churchill Retirement Living has rebranded by dropping ‘retirement’ from its name, with effect from today (1 July). Despite the change to Churchill Living,...