Friday, December 3, 2021
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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...

The homecare deficit

Colin Angel is calling for action as councils  buy homecare ‘on the cheap’ The current rates that councils are paying for state-funded homecare services have...
Dr Donald Macaskill provides his thoughts on discrimination based on sex and gender

Reimagining the workforce

Dr Donald Macaskill challenges the sector to redesign staff roles There is much written about the choices people have when it comes to accessing care services. It...

Austerity is over…for some

Professor Martin Green is demanding  a clear vision from government It is true to say that we live in very difficult times and the prosperity...

Care homes: a new wave of investment

Partners at L.E.K. Consulting Jonathan Sparey and Eilert Hinrichs provide insight into the prospects of the care home sector Spending cuts and pressure on budgets...

Provider expectations

Colin Angel reflects on what operators should expect from regulators People with care and support needs benefit from the statutory regulation of social care services. The...

The choice is inertia

Care England head Professor Martin Green bemoans the lack of choice There is much written about the choices people have when it comes to accessing...

Breaking down barriers

After its successful court challenge Mencap chief executive Jan Tregelles (pictured) discusses sleep-ins, valuing care workers and inclusivity CM How did you come to work in...

Registering risk

Colin Angel offers an insight into state-funded homecare services New research has produced a risk register for state-funded homecare services, highlighting commissioning practices of councils...

All change… We hope

Care England head Professor Martin Green is hoping for a new era As the political turmoil surrounding Brexit continues we have seen changes in some of...