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CCTV decision to rest with providers

Despite calls to consider cameras in communal areas care minister refuses to back down Care Minister Caroline Dinenage MP has been urged to consider the...

Sue Ryder reports deficit despite income growth

Sue Ryder delivered more hours of homecare north of the border last year following successful tenders, with it now offering provision in Arbroath, Stirling,...

Anchor and Hanover to proceed with merger

Anchor Trust and Hanover Housing Association have confirmed that their proposed merger will go ahead. Both organisations have been in merger discussions since May to...

Turnover growth at Barchester helped by higher fees

Higher fee rates helped boost turnover at Barchester Healthcare for the year ended 31 December 2017. Revenue grew 4.8% to £591.2m, up from £563.9m the...

Former Barchester non-exec appointed to help rebuild Four Seasons

Former Barchester Healthcare non-executive director David Edmonds has been appointed to the boards of Elli Finance (UK) plc and Elli Group (UK) Ltd -...

Human rights training for Northern Ireland care staff

Social care staff in Northern Ireland are to receive human rights training as part of a government response to an inquiry into the treatment...
Thousands deprived of their liberty without proper assessment

Depression treatment in care homes lacking resources

Treatment for depression in care homes is under resourced and lacks adequate research, with further engagement on the issue needed to understand its prevalence. Research...

Andrea Sutcliffe to leave CQC

Care Quality Commission (CQC) chief inspector of adult social care Andrea Sutcliffe (pictured) is stepping down at the end of the year. She will become...
Target delivers portfolio diversification with investments

Target Healthcare ‘optimistic’ as profit grows 45%

Target Healthcare REIT has allocated £35.8m towards its development programme, which will support the construction of seven care homes adding £3.8m to portfolio rent...

Civitas buys properties for £8m

Civitas Social Housing has bought three specialist supported living properties for £8m, comprising 42 tenancies. The sites are being leased to Falcon Housing Association CIC...