Proud Sponsors of the Kent Care Awards 2018
The Kent Care Awards are nearly here and it is with great pleasure we announce we are sponsoring this glittering celebration of hard work and commitment within the care sector in Kent.

Ann Taylor, Chair of the Kent Integrated Care Alliance (KICA) says: “I am personally very grateful to our sponsors without whose support we would not be able to make the Kent Care Awards what it is today.”

“This is our chance to support and really celebrate the success of the individuals and companies who work within the care sector and celebrate those that really make a difference to thousands.”

"We are more than happy to support the development of care delivery in Kent. With our 1st ever customer on-boarded a few weeks back we are looking to help more care homes in the county - in their transformation from paper to digital." says founder and CMO Morten Mathiesen.

This year 188 nominations were received from carers and companies across the county eager to share what it is they have done to improve the standard of care this year and every year in disciplines such as Care Home Worker to Outstanding Contribution to Social Care in Kent Award.

The event will be attended by Cabinet member for Adult Social Care and Public Health, Graham Gibbens, who will be attending with the newly appointed corporate Director for Adult Social Care and Health, Penny Southern.

Winners will be announced at the Care Awards Gala Evening on Friday 14th September 2018 at the Great Danes Hotel, Maidstone starting at 6.30pm.

06.09.2018   |   Miscellaneous,
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.

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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.

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