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.

How to Make the Most of the
Health Plus Care Conference (Quick Tips)

Every year, the Health Plus Care conference is one of the most anticipated care sector events in the UK. As veterans of exhibiting at the event, we have gathered a couple of tips to make sure you get the most out of the conference.

30.09.2019   |   READ MORE
Data for the provider
AND the well-being of staff and service users

In the care sector, there is an increasing focus on providers documenting the level of care they provide. As the number of recordings increases so does the potential amount of data. At face value, that’s a good thing because it enables both management and staff to make decisions based on facts and not guesses and maybes. The premise of creating an objective basis for decision-making is often one of the fundamental motivations when going digital.

24.09.2019   |   READ MORE
How Does Paperwork Affect a Social Care Worker's Ability to Do Their Job?

Every field, whether in the public or private sector, deals with documentation. Administrative protocols such as filling out paperwork ensures minimal risks and protects against potential lawsuits and complaints. Social care is no exception.

22.08.2019   |   READ MORE
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