Friday, December 3, 2021
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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...

Homecare fragility

Colin Angel delves into the struggles facing  the homecare market Fragility of the state-funded homecare market continues to be a serious concern for social care...

Here we go again

Care England head Professor Martin Green discusses the green paper The government’s green paper will be the latest attempt to find a long-term solution to the...

Surmount all obstacles

Michael Voges explains how retirement communities are reducing strain on the sector The health and social care systems are in crisis, unsustainable in their current...

Supporting independence

Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green discusses improved wellbeing The major talking point of the moment is the green paper and what it will deliver...

Rising from the ashes

Care Workers Charity CEO Alex Ramamurthy discusses challenges facing employees It may surprise you to know that pre-2009 there was no national charity aimed at...

CQC fees for homecare providers

Colin Angel slams the CQC’s new fee scheme The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has described a ‘substantial churn’ in the homecare sector, with around 500...

Tackling the data issue

John Wearing of Anthony Collins Solicitors discusses some of the challenges facing health and social care providers, including GDPR, running efficient homes and the...

Solving the capacity crisis

Deven Pamben reports from LaingBuisson’s Healthcare Real Estate Conference, which covered a number of topics, including care homes, public equity markets, legal developments and...

Why the delay?

Care England head Professor Martin Green demands discipline in delivering This winter has been characterised by two recurring events. It used to be that winter was...