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Manuela Sykes in dementia care court victory

An 89-year-old woman who suffers from dementia and says she is "miserable" in a care home has won the first stage in a court fight to live in her own home.

Resident, 101, challenges Leicester City Council home closure plan

A 101-year-old Leicester woman is challenging the city council's decision to close her care home.

Police service or Improving Regulator

QC has recently decided its role is to act more as a Police service than an improving regulator, which is a great shame for care operators and their residents.

CQC asks people to share their experiences of mental health crisis care

The review is part of the CQC"s response as a signatory to the Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat, which the Department of Health published on Tuesday (18 February). This Concordat is an agreement between key organisations about how public services can best respond when people with mental health problems need help urgently.

Brisk walks may slow down brain ageing

Older people should take a brisk walk three times a week to help reduce the effects of the brain's natural ageing, a new study suggests.

Enthusiastic About The 2014 Care Home Market

It is predicted that 2014 will be a busy year for Care Home sales in the UK, with demand continuing to outstrip supply for the high end, top quality businesses. With the market showing an active start to the year in terms of both the progression of existing deals to taking on new businesses for sale, the rest of the year is expected to continue just as well with sales prices holding.