Councils raising taxes
to pay for elderly care

Research by the Local Government Association has found that 143 out of 152 councils in England have approved or are considering plans to introduce the “social care precept” from April.

However, the association does not believe that the hike in council taxes will bring in enough money to alleviate the growing pressure on the elderly care sector. 

There is an acute need for actions and for further innovation or if needed regulation, to balance the scorecard for all areas. One thing that cannot happen is the burden moving to care sector indviduals, such as the employees or the residents.

Read more in The Care Home Professional.

Implementation is key
to value creation

Digitisation often involves the introduction of one or more new tools that employees must relate to and ideally utilise in a meaningful way. In many cases this takes place in line with an organisational process aimed at improving quality, optimising operations or a third anchor for initiating the digital change. If this is the case, there are a number of considerations that can be made.

27.03.2018   |   READ MORE
Addressing CQC’s Key
Lines of Enquiry (KLOE)

In the wake of the new KLOEs it is clear that some providers are looking to understand how to better grasp and turn CQC advice into service value. The number of residential nursing homes rated unsafe is a worrying 37%. So what can you do as a care provider?

01.03.2018   |   READ MORE
Actionable Tips for a
Personalised Care Plan

It can be a difficult task to establish and implement the best possible care plan for each resident. The most important thing to remember when creating the care plan is to bear in mind why a care plan is needed in the first place. Ideally, the resident will be at the heart of every care task making sure that the care plan is as personalised as possible.

21.02.2018   |   READ MORE
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