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Tuesday 27 July 2021   

Right at Home to open four new branches across England
The new Right at Home business owners started their training in July, and are in the process of recruiting the right support staff.
EXCLUSIVE: Royal Star & Garter to bring care into the homes of veterans
The century-old charity said it will launch a home care service in a bid to meet the needs of the next generation of veterans.
The Good Care Group MD moves to Prestige Nursing + Care
The managing director of The Good Care Group has moved across to Prestige Nursing + Care as part of a management restructure at Sodexo UK Homecare.
NHS bosses call for “honesty” over health and social care funding and staff pressures
A study by NHS Providers found that 90% of trust leaders are worried about a lack of investment in social care in their area.
State provides 13 million extra home care visits in 2018, new data reveals
The Improved Better Care Fund paid for almost 75,000 extra home care packages and enabled councils to increase fees paid to providers.
Queen’s Speech must pave the way for social care reform, says Aegon
A ‘Social Care Bill’ must be included in the Queen’s Speech to confirm the government’s commitment to resolve issues with funding, the pensions expert urged.
Bluebird Care names Franchise Awards winners
The Franchise Awards celebrate Bluebird Care branches that have gone above and beyond in demonstrating excellence in care.
Boris Johnson links fixing social care problem with UK productivity
The Prime Minister has claimed that the Conservatives will be the party to solve social care problem, by raising the UK’s productivity.
Most older Brits would choose home care over a care home, survey finds
More than two thirds of Britons aged 65 and over would prefer to stay at home with a visiting carer, rather than moving in with their family or into a care home.
Learning disabilities charity Hft appoints interim CEO
The news follows the departure of former Hft CEO Robert Longley-Cook in August, after nine years at the helm.
Training needed to tackle domestic abuse of over 60s, says Age UK
The plea came as it was revealed that more than 200,000 people aged 60 and over experience domestic abuse in England and Wales every year.
Home care cited as driving force behind £40 billion adult social care market
Adult social care’s contribution to the economy in England has increased to an estimated £40.5 billion, with much of the growth coming from home care.
Radar Healthcare to sponsor 2021 Leaders in Care Awards
HCI is delighted to announce that leading healthcare software provider Radar Healthcare is the headline sponsor of the Leaders in Care Awards.
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