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Tuesday 27 July 2021   

House of Lords committee to question academic experts about ageing processes
The Lords’ Science and Technology Committee will use the information to help its inquiry into how science and technology can enable healthier living in old age.
BREXIT: Social care providers issued with guidance on possible supply chain disruption
The latest guidance from the Department of Health and Social Care follows the awarding of medicines and medical products contracts as part of ‘no deal’ preparations earlier this month.
Health Secretary announces independent National Academy for Social Prescribing
The academy aims to support local healthcare professionals in prescribing arts, sport and leisure activities to more people across the country.
Care Innovation Hub launches University Challenge as part of recruitment drive
The long weekend event is aimed at students across the UK interested in learning more about social care and creating great ideas to address the biggest issues in the sector.
Sharp decline in number of young people applying for roles in domiciliary care
Edinburgh-based care and support group Social Care Alba said there had been a significant fall in the number of 18-25 year olds seeking work in the sector.
Care industry must work collectively to help vulnerable people, speakers tell conference
At an event hosted by Bristol law firm Gregg Latchams, titled ‘Pragmatic Solutions to Care Problems, delegates from various strands of the industry were brought together to discuss what ‘good care’ looks like.
Kent home care provider given outstanding CQC rating
Chanel House, which provides live in and care visits to people in their homes, supporting 28 people over nine locations, was given the rating following an inspection in May.
Campaign to raise £100,000 for home care charity close to hitting target
The Help Us Be There campaign was launched in May at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, and as of the end of September, £65,000 has been raised
Leadership at Isle of White-based home care service receives ‘Outstanding’ CQC rating
Southern Housing Group, which provides personal care and support to older people, received an overall rating of ‘Good’ in the report.
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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