Tuesday, August 9, 2022
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From ignorance to celebration and respect

Today (Friday 2 April) the UN marks World Autism Awareness Day, just a couple of weeks after World Down Syndrome Day, which took place...

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...

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...

Shielded yet connected

Michael Voges, executive director at Associated Retirement Community Operators, explains how retirement communities have supported residents through the Covid-19 crisis Responding to the Covid-19 pandemic...

Safe spaces

John Simmonds, respect and inclusion lead at Housing 21, and Tina Wathern, director of education and engagement at Stonewall Housing, explore how housing and...

Time for action

Prof Green argues there is nothing to get in the way of finding a long-term solution for care We begin 2020 with a government that has...

Building blocks

Professor Martin Green argues that a vision for social care needs to be created Yet again we have seen the attempt to push social care...
Changes to wage regulations that are set to come into force in April

Payroll procedures

Colin Angel look at changes to wage regulations that are set to come into force in April The requirements for what must be stated on...

Improving productivity

Technology can enable the sector to deliver better services and efficiencies. Prof Green, Care England chief executive, explains As we move into the winter, we...

All’s fair in care… or not?

Dr Donald Macaskill provides his thoughts on discrimination based on sex and gender One of the major policy drives of the Scottish Government is fair...