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Thursday 06 May 2021   

United Kingdom Homecare Association appoints interim CEO
Dr Jane Townson will join the team as interim chief executive for an initial period of six months, while UKHCA determines its longer-term requirements.
Somerset social care the subject of two-part BBC Panorama film
BBC Panorama will broadcast two hour-long programmes focussing on the pressures facing Somerset’s care for the elderly and vulnerable.
Health and social workers £36 worse off than they were a decade ago, study finds
Analysis published by the Trade Unions Congress (TUC) shows that real wages for health social workers have fallen 7.6% to £441 a week since 2009.
Dementia Care and Nursing Home Expo to launch dedicated home care event
The Home Care Expo will run alongside the dementia show at the NEC Birmingham next year.
Home care service left vulnerable man ‘at risk of harm’ for 18 months
The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman found that Wirral Council cut short care calls despite the man’s needs not being met safely.
CQC wins legal battle against rogue home care provider
A company director that illegally provided home care services in Wiltshire has been successfully prosecuted by the CQC.
Employee referral app launched to ‘transform’ social care recruitment
The Care Friends app, which has recently received EU funding, could help attract and retain a quality workforce in a sector known for its high turnover rate.
Social care reform will ‘never be addressed’ by current government, says former health secretary
Social care requires a government with a majority and long-term prospects to tackle one of the most difficult public policy questions we face, said Stephen Dorrell.
‘Care deserts’ revealed in Age UK elderly care search
Many parts of the country have become ‘care deserts’ with elderly people unable to access residential or home care whether they pay for it or not.
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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