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Youngsters sing for elderly on UN Children’s Day

NURSERY children have been entertaining elderly care home residents as part of the United Nations Universal Children’s Day.

Youngsters from Orchard Day…

 

Christmas Dinner Spreads Cheer Amongst Lonely

A new Dorset care home bed finding website is spreading Christmas cheer to those who are lonely this Christmas.

Care Home Bed Finder (CHBF), which is based in…

 

Bluebird Care supports training company project to help the homeless

Bluebird Care has assisted local training company, Kilpatrick Consultancy, with a project to help the homeless in the Reading area.

Rebecca Kilpatrick, a…

 

MFC mementoes help residents with dementia reminisce

THE BORO Foundation has been sending out memorabilia boxes to care homes to help residents with dementia reminisce.

The boxes containing old programmes,…

 

Fairmile Grange celebrates Children in Need with the help of some special guests

A group of local children recently visited Fairmile Grange care home to help residents and staff raise money for…

 

NEW STARTER COMES TO THE RESCUE OF AN ELDERLY PATIENT

New starter at Hilton Nursing Partners, personal nursing assistant Lilly Schwarz, used her quick thinking to safeguard a 95 year old patient from a potentially life-…

 

DPC becomes ‘force’ for innovation and best practice

Diabetes Professional Care 2018 (DPC2018) is set to become the biggest yetwith a record-breaking attendance expected, leading to the event being described as a “force…

 

DPC hosts ‘lively and engaging’ childhood obesity debate

Leading clinicians and policymakers participated in a “lively and engaging” debate about childhood obesity on the second day of a major DPC2018.

Dr Max Davie…

 

Results of major CVD study presented at DPC2018

The results of the eagerly-anticipated DECLARE study into cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes was shared for the first time in the UK at Diabetes Professional…

 

How the elderly can benefit from using technology in relation to health?

In the UK, it’s estimated that around 45 million people use or own a smartphone. With most smartphone owners aged between 14 and 60, a large proportion of the elderly…

 

Stout and sandwiches a hit with care home residents

A Stout and sandwich afternoon was enjoyed by Northumberland care home residents – after they asked for more foodie activities. Staff served up flavoured stouts and…

 

It's time for social care to be bold when it comes to attracting younger talent

It is no secret that there is a recruitment crisis within the social care sector and recent statistics suggest that one million new care workers are needed by 20251to…

 

Pioneering training programme provides job opportunities in care sector

A pioneering new training program, Dementia Matters Academy, is helping people to secure work within the North East’s adult social care sector.

Dementia…

 

Increasing confidence in using an AED (Automated External Defibrillator)

Minutes count when a person collapses in sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)and AED machines have been described as the ‘single most important development in the treatment of…

 

Working with the Public Sector for more than 40 years

Fraser and Fraser have been working with the Public Sector for more than 40 years. We support Local Government department who need to identify and locate people,…

 

Party for resident’s ruby wedding anniversary

AN “UNFORGETTABLE” party was held at a Rotherham care home to celebrate a resident’s ruby wedding anniversary.

Broadacres Care Home, on Naylor Street,…