The High Court has ruled that the government’s policy of not isolating patients discharged from hospitals into care homes during the early stages of the COVID pandemic was unlawful.
The Care & Occupational Therapy Show is taking place at Westpoint Arena in Exeter on 21 June.
Residents and staff at Broomhills care home in Rochford are asking their community to join them in their ‘Knit my community’ initiative.
Independent care home directory Autumna has unveiled a new food accreditation designed to help people choose the right care home.
Hallmark Care Homes Foundation and charity London Play have announced that their first ‘Play Garden’ will be installed at the provider’s Midford Manor home.
Plans for an ambitious retirement complex at Grade II-listed Caversham Park, Reading, Berkshire, which was used by the BBC during World War II, have been submitted by Beechcroft Developments.
Nonsuch Abbeyfield, a new independent living with extra care scheme located in Ewell, Surrey, has been officially opened by Abbeyfield Southern Oaks Society (ASOS).
Parklands Care Homes has announced plans to build affordable housing to be made available for rent by its staff.
Retirement housing provider Audley Group has announced its first international venture – an integrated housing community project in Denmark.
In a deal worth more than £100m, care home operator Hamberley Group has sold five of its care homes to real estate investment firm Rynda Healthcare.
Renowned artist and Big Draw ambassador Liz Atkins recently led an exclusive live online art class for residents in four of Care UK’s homes.
A new 50-apartment development has been opened in South Gloucestershire by not-for-profit provider Housing 21 as part of its Extra Care initiative.
The Belmont, a care home in Worcester operated by Sanders Senior Living, the luxury brand of Runwood Homes, has, in partnership with the Warriors Community Foundation, become the second location to host the foundation’s dementia café.
Kingswood Manor care home in Liverpool has been deemed inadequate by the Care Quality Commission following an inspection in February.
Opposition councillors are unconvinced by Gloucestershire County Council’s promise to consult on the imminent closure of four council-owned care homes.
Runwood Homes, which provides residential, dementia, and nursing care across over sixty homes and centres, has spent the past month encouraging residents to take part in activities that help to protect and cherish the world around them.