RECENT FEATURE ARTICLES
Jennifer Johnston, occupational disease team associate at law firm BLM, pens a critique of the government’s plans to boost social care funding through an increase in national insurance contributions.
Theresa McNally, creative practice manager at Care Quality Commission ‘Outstanding’-rated dementia care specialist Vida Healthcare, shares her top tips for providing an outstanding level of care.
Jennifer Johnston, associate in law firm BLM’s occupational disease team in London, considers how the sector can proactively tackle the recruitment challenge and provides practical advice for care home employers.
Jamie Savage, associate director of care valuation services at broker Christie & Co, comments on the Scottish Care Inspectorate’s draft design guidance for care homes for adults.
David Huckerby, managing director of Worcester-based digital and creative communications agency Conteur, explains how to turn clicks on a care home website into calls.
David Huckerby, managing director of Worcester-based digital and creative communications agency Conteur, looks at the benefits of using paid social media for your care business.
Sally Knocker, a consultant trainer at Meaningful Care Matters, the organisation that specialises in helping social care providers to access a variety of support services, reflects on tackling staff development during the pandemic.
Katie Ash from law firm Banner Jones’ employment team provides some insight into how the call to action for compulsory vaccinations might affect the social care sector.
Julian Cox, partner and head of employment at London law firm BLM, explores the legal implications of the government’s mandatory vaccination policy and sets out practical steps care homes can take.
To mark Nutrition and Hydration Week, Jonathan Papworth, co-founder and director of digital care technology Person Centred Software, explains the influence dehydration has on the cognitive status of people aged 65 and over in social care settings.