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The right recruit

Colin Angel reveals UKHCA’s latest homecare research on where to advertise your jobs Homecare providers report the difficulty of recruiting careworkers and managers as one of...

Social care start-up appoints Sir Nick Clegg

Former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg has been made chair of the advisory board at homecare technology start-up Cera. The tech company partnered with...

‘Compelling’ reasons to invest in healthcare

Anna Cole-Bailey reports from last month’s LaingBuisson’s Investing in Healthcare conference, where a wide range of sector professionals put forward arguments for why they...

What is the best care funding solution?

The King’s Fund and the Health Foundation analyses the pros and cons of the top five models Analysis of the five most commonly raised solutions...

Researchers develop tool to help meet older people’s housing needs

Latest insights into the issue of older people’s housing are now available after the creation of a tool that provides councils with recommendations about...

MPs fear staffing levels at CQC could be stretched

Staffing levels at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) need to be closely monitored to ensure there are enough inspectors to handle a potentially higher...

Social care services account for over half of local authorities’ spend

One in ten councils with social care responsibilities (CSSRs) will have exhausted their cash reserves within the next three years if they continuing spending...

Danshell appoints new group medical director

Danshell, a specialist care provider for people with learning disabilities and autism, has appointed Dr Dale Lawrence as group medical director. Lawrence, who has taken...
Mental health hospital placed into special measures by CQC

Children struggling to access mental health services, says CQC report

Children and young people are reaching ‘crisis point’ before accessing mental health services because public services are not working together effectively, a report from...

DfE ends SLCN contract

The Department for Education (DfE) has discontinued a specialist Speech Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) contract it funded for ten years. Instead, the department has...