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April issue of The Care Home Environment now online

April issue of The Care Home Environment now online

The April edition of The Care Home Environment magazine has been published and is now available to read online.

In the latest issue, CSI Market Intelligence look at the findings from its recent Say Hello Wave Goodbye 2020 report on the residential care home market

Elsewhere, law firm BLM analyses the upcoming judicial review brought by Dr. Cathy Gardner against official guidance relating to Covid and care homes, and the impact it could have on the social care sector

Also in the April edition, Royds Withy King examines the CQC’s proposals on inspections, ratings and future consultation and explains what they could mean for care providers

In addition, care provider Nellsar reflects on the pandemic and what the near future holds for the sector.

Meanwhile, the cover story by Yeoman Shield looks at how wall and door protection can help care home interiors look their best and keep residents safe.

The April edition of The Care Home Environment also features contributions from Exemplar Health Care, later living developer Audley Group, social care consultant Ed Watkinson, care bed maker Accora, bathroom supplier AKW, and air steriliser technology outfit 4th Wave Technology.

The issue can be read by following this link: https://content.yudu.com/web/1u0jl/0A40tfs/TCHE-April-2021/html/index.html?origin=reader.

FEATURES

Smart swaps for surfaces

Joe Hurst, Altro’s key account manager for social care, considers the pitfalls of choosing the right surfaces for care homes

Making Covid an anomaly, not the norm

McCarthy Stone chief executive John Tonkiss offers his thoughts on why targeted government support for later living developments should form part of the social care reform agenda

Joined-up care – what is it and why it is so relevant

Jonathan Papworth, co-founder and director of Person Centred Software, unpacks the opportunities and challenges arising from the complex matter of closer data integration between health and social care

Making sense of the Mental Health Bill

Tom Lumsden, a partner at solicitors CooperBurnett LLP in Tunbridge Wells in Kent, looks at the likely plans for a new draft Mental Health Bill and what this would mean for care providers

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