Skills for Care has kicked off the new year with its ‘Keep learning for success’ campaign.
The Mayfield Care Home, Whitby, Yorkshire, has welcomed local luminaries to its topping out ceremony.
The NCF has reacted to the government’s announcement that it will make £200m available for short-term care placements to allow people to be discharged from hospitals.
The US has granted fast-track approval to Lecanemab, a potentially ground-breaking new Alzheimer’s disease treatment.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has used his New Year Message to call out the ‘broken’ social care system.
Residents at a Cheshire home have enjoyed various community outings for first time since the pandemic to help boost their mental wellbeing.
Healthcare platform Florence has partnered with the Healthcare Workers' Foundation to support the charity’s mission to provide hardship grants to care workers.
Athena Care Homes is extending its dementia awareness training to residents’ families to help create a greater understanding of the condition.
Torbay Council has approved Rowcroft Hospice’s plans to enhance its care with the addition of a 60-bed dementia and complex needs care home.
Two Hull-based companies have established a partnership to help employees during the current cost-of-living crisis.
Generations are coming together at monthly playgroup sessions for Belong Crewe care village residents and local children.