A care home in Beccles, Suffolk has installed a dementia-friendly shopping lane to boost the physical and mental wellbeing of its residents.
The government’s much-heralded Health and Social Care Levy took effect in April – with an immediate impact on pay packets.
The House of Lords adult social care committee has announced plans to investigate ‘the invisibility of adult social care’.
Fern Court in Gloucester has been downgraded to ‘inadequate’ and placed in special measures by the CQC following an inspection.
The long-established Cottage Nursing Home in Mold, North Wales, has come to the market courtesy of Christie & Co with an asking price of £1,250,000.
North Yorkshire care provider Hamilton Care has been criticised after failing to respond to a local government and social care ombudsman’s investigation into its failure to properly record how it spent funds belonging to one of its residents.
Sanders Senior Living’s luxury Worcester care home The Belmont celebrated its opening on 26 March with a 1920s-themed bash.
Minister of State for Care and Mental Health, Gillian Keegan MP, left delegates unconvinced by government plans at the King’s Fund’s Future of Care conference on 29 March.
Schools across England are being encouraged to become Care Home Friends in a new scheme to bring together children and older people living in care homes.
Prince George Duke of Kent Court in Chislehurst, Kent, has undergone a substantial refurbishment to better support its residents living with dementia.
Several leading national adult social care organisations have jointly called on the government to deliver a long-term care workforce strategy to tackle the issue of care worker pay.
Residential care provider Care UK finds itself going head-to-head with household names like Coca-Cola and Adobe after its nomination for a national award.
Luxury retirement village provider Audley Group has appointed contractor GRAHAM to lead on the construction of Audley Scarcroft Park, a new 110-acre retirement village in West Yorkshire.