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Oakham Grange, named Ardale’s first nursing home

Ardale, a new name to the residential and nursing care sector have named Oakham Grange as their first home. This 9 million bespoke 60 bed new build home is planned to…

 

Shetland Ponies are Mane Attraction at Inverurie Care Home

Residents at a care home in Kemnay have been horsing around this week thanks to an in-house visit from some new equine friends.

Meallmore Ltd’s Grove…
 

Assistive tech and the legal implications

Article from Jennifer Johnston, associate at insurance risk and commercial  law firm…
 

Hft awarded Centre of Excellence status for exemplary training 

The national learning disabilities charity, Hft, has been awarded Centre of Excellence status in recognition of its exemplary training provision by…

Learn how to be CQC Outstanding at Care Roadshow Birmingham

Following the success of the events recently held in Glasgow and Liverpool, the Care Roadshows team are gearing up for the show’s return to Birmingham on Tuesday 2nd …

 

Florence tackles the social care staffing crisis head on

Florence tackles the social care staffing crisis head on with the addition of carers to its recruitment marketplace

London pilot expands…

 

Reducing staff turnover in the care industry

Colin Stevenson, the founder of Notable Change International recruitment and consultancy services, tells editor Victoria Galligan the need for selecting the right…

 

Light projection game makes all the difference to those living with dementia

Staff at MHA Langholme care home in Falmouth were left in awe after seeing first-hand the…

 

Driving into history with care home’s vintage motor show

VINTAGE cars from the 1920s to 1950s paraded around a Bakewell care home as part of National Care Home Open Day.

The classic vehicles were on display at…

 

Horticultural therapy for the elderly

Horticultural therapy as a trend is rising, not only amongst the elderly, but across the nation, as mental health stigmas are reduced. In this context however, we…

 

Nurses past and present honoured on International Nurses Day

NURSES past and present were honoured at a North East care home for International Nurses Day.

Staff and former nurses who now live at The Oaks Care Home, on…

 

Relieving The Pressure

Relieving The Pressure - a novel and cost effective option for pressure ulcer prevention

Pressure ulcer (PU) prevention in the care home setting can be…

 

HC-One enables Resident to stay with her fury companion

A HC-One Care Home has enabled a Resident to live with her beloved cat of 13 years after fears they may be separated. 

Beryl, a Resident at Berry Hill Park…

 

Five ways to celebrate International Nurses Day 2019

As the world marks International Nurses Day on Florence Nightingale’s birthday this weekend (Sunday 12 May), editor Victoria Galligan takes a look at five ways that…

 

What to expect from five healthcare jobs

Within its ‘Fair Care: A workforce strategy for social care’ report, the Institute for Public Policy and Research has warned that a shortfall of almost 400,000 social…

 

CareEase – a care management software from Datamatics

The growing demographics, rise in government expenditure in the healthcare sector, increasing aging population, and the need for quality care is driving the market…