Tuesday, August 9, 2022
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What is the point?

Professor Green is annoyed the way resources are squandered on processes Over the last few years, we have seen the proliferation of consultation exercises. Whenever...

Are we all in it together?

Care England head Professor Martin Green questions the CMA Since politicians used the phrase ‘we are all in it together’ it has been taken up by...

The same old story

Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green is calling for a commissioner to represent older people The 21st century is one that is characterised by...

Occupancy and survival

Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green believes a change in culture and mindset is needed Social care services have been on the front line during...

The year that was… and still is

Dr Donald Macaskill offers his thoughts on the year and what he hopes for in 2022, with a public inquiry and aspiration of a...

Sleep-ins the Mencap decision

Trowers & Hamlins LLP partner Emma Burrows examines the appeal court’s judgement on sleep-ins The Court of Appeal’s decision in Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake...

The wellbeing of care workers

Karolina Gerlich, chief executive of National Association of Care and Support Workers provides insight into the organisation's latest research The National Association of Care and...

Loss of overseas care workers

LaingBuisson founder and executive chair William Laing explains why absent overseas nationals will be sorely missed Covid-19, it seems, has brought about what years of...

Surviving the recovery

Dr Donald Macaskill explains why sustainability is critical The return to normality is under way. All pretence that we are still living amid one...
Professor Martin Green says ageism is alive and kicking

Future of care data and tech

Professor Green argues that the sector has to deliver services differently Care England recently held a conference on data and technology and so many speakers...