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Sunday 01 August 2021   

Care bosses issue word of caution over lockdown easements
While welcoming the news that lockdown restrictions will be eased from July 4, social care bosses have urged vigilance in order to keep people safe.
Home Instead franchise receives ‘healthy workplace’ award
Home Instead Greenwich is the only care company to have earned the accreditation and is one of over 300 organisations that have met the standards set by the framework.
Two-thirds of SME care providers fear for future, survey finds
Two-thirds of small and medium-sized (SME) care providers fear for their financial sustainability as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, a survey has found.
Coronavirus shielding guidance to be relaxed from July 6
The government has announced that the 2.2 million shielders in England will be able to meet people outdoors in a group of up to six people.
Suspended home care packages to be reinstated
Thousands of suspended domiciliary care packages in Northern Ireland will be reinstated when users are ready, the Department of Health has said.
Kent care provider keeps owner’s memory alive with second Outstanding rating
The home care team has been working hard to honour their owner's memory by continuing to deliver high quality care in the community.
PTSD could trigger rise in social care vacancies post-pandemic, warns Skills for Care boss
Oonagh Smyth has voiced concern that England’s social care vacancy rate will increase, due to a projected rise in PTSD among care staff.
Mencap reveals rise in people locked away in ‘modern day asylums’
An increasing number of people with a learning disability and/or autism are being locked away in modern day asylums, Mencap has revealed.
Outstanding home care business opens third branch in Cumbria
Westmorland Homecare has opened a new satellite office in Grange-over-Sands, with ambitions to be the "very best care provider possible".
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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