Claudia Fielding worked in customer service prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. The wine bar she worked at was forced to close in March 2020 due to the lockdown. Claudia was not initially included on the Government furlough scheme as she had only recently started her role there.
Care home providers, Sunrise Senior Living UK and Gracewell Healthcare, have launched a new Contact Centre to provide a personalised service for people looking for a care home.
This year, the conference will be held virtually on September 3rd and 4th. This year’s ticket includes an in-person ticket for 2021’s CNNC conference expected to be held in San Diego once it is safe to do so.
Brunelcare’s Glastonbury Care Home has been fortunate enough to have no confirmed cases of Coronavirus at the home since the very start of the outbreak. The Care Home, located in Somerset, followed strict Government guidelines and are thankful for a COVID free care home.
Miele has a long global history of being the brand of choice in the care sector and is proud to provide it with on-going support when it comes to laundry and warewashing requirements.
The care sector is in a time of technological future change, and while there is a degree of uncertainty as to what the future holds, the opportunities are also exciting.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world as we know it and organisations across all sectors are having to adapt, finding new ways to deliver services whilst ensuring staff and customer safety. For those working in the care sector, the current situation has highlighted long standing issues driving the need for change forward. It is imperative the sector remains resilient at a time when the public needs high-quality nursing and care to vulnerable people more than ever.
Families from across Brunelcare, a Bristol charity supporting older people in the South West for nearly 80-years, have grouped together to create a Crowdfunding page for the charity in a bid to help them raise a massive £10,000 for wellbeing equipment and classes for its residents.