Care provider Loveday & Co has partnered with independent arts charity Opera Holland Park to host monthly opera teas for Loveday residents.
The Abbeyfield York Society has celebrated its 60th anniversary by laying the foundation stone of its new development at Abbeyfield House.
Staff and residents at Mountside Care Home in Hastings, East Sussex, are celebrating after receiving a ‘Good’ rating from the CQC.
Amazon has unveiled Alexa Smart Properties for Senior Living, a solution that enables care providers to integrate Alexa into their properties.
Marchini Curran Interiors has completed work on a new 255-home retirement community in Watford, Hertfordshire.
The House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee has written to chancellor Jeremy Hunt following his Autumn Statement.
Hallmark Care Homes has invested £1.3m in a number of winter measures to help team members with the cost-of-living crisis.
Research teams at the University of East Anglia and University of Leicester are undertaking a trial to improve flu vaccination rates in care homes.
New Care’s state-of-the-art new £15m care home in Lymm, Cheshire, is set to be completed before the festive season.
Paul Tennant, CEO of The Abbeyfield Society, joined the All Party Parliamentary Group on Housing and Care for Older People at the House of Lords in November.
Trewiston Lodge Nursing Home in Wadebridge, Cornwall, has been sold to a local, family-run care provider.
The CareTech Foundation has awarded a community grant of £10,000 to The Together Project to support its Crafting Connections project.
Askham Hall, part of Askham Village Community, has received ‘Gold Standards Framework’ accreditation for its end-of-life care provision.
Charterpoint Senior Living has applied for planning permission to build a 66-bed care home and local centre in Blaby, Leicestershire.
Care England, as a member of the Care Provider Alliance, has collectively published a report on the current state of social care in England.
Family-run care provider Excelcare has opened ‘warm banks’ for people over the age of 65 in some of its Essex care homes.
Puma Property Finance has announced over £33m of development funding to finance three care homes in Oxfordshire, West Sussex, and Cambridgeshire.