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Wednesday 12 May 2021   

GUEST COLUMN: How the COVID-19 crisis enabled the advancement of tech-enabled care
An expert in assisted living technology explains how the crisis advanced the care sector’s understanding of how to support and monitor vulnerable people remotely.
GUEST COLUMN: The future of home care technology
David Lynes, managing director of Unique IQ, takes a look at what the future of home care technology might look like.
EXPERT COLUMN: Where can registered managers go for COVID-19 support?
Skills for Care CEO Oonagh Smyth offers her guidance on where registered and frontline managers can find support during the pandemic.
EXPERT COLUMN: Top techniques for improving care worker retention
Neil Eastwood discusses the importance of understanding the three stages of turnover in order to improve retention.
GUEST COLUMN: Live-in care ‘lets daughters be daughters again’
Daughters of people with dementia take on the vast majority of their care responsibilities, but live-in care could help take the pressure off, says Peter Seldon.
GUEST COLUMN: The importance of Professional Care Workers’ Week
Karolina Gerlich, executive director at the Care Workers’ Charity, explains why Professional Care Workers' Week exists.
OPINION: Why live-in care is the safest option for people with care needs
Mitch Miller, MD of ENA Care Group, shares his thoughts on why he believes that live-in care has been, and remains, the safest form of care during the pandemic.
EXPERT COLUMN: How your home care business can better preserve cash flow
The Access Group's Warwick Haycock explains how an automated solution will allow finance teams to control exactly where the agency’s money is going.
GUEST COLUMN: It’s time to start combatting the collateral damage of COVID-19
Helen Dempster addresses the worrying problem that vulnerable people are failing to seek medical help, out of fear of contracting coronavirus.
CASE STUDY: How CareFree helped Poppy’s Homecare achieve Outstanding CQC ratings
CareFree Management has shared how its technology helped a home care company based in Somerset achieve two ‘Outstanding’ CQC ratings.
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