A care home owner has been fined almost £6,000 and ordered to pay £15,000 court costs for the neglect of three elderly people in her care.
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Researchers in Leeds have uncovered a new clue in the search for fresh treatments for Alzheimers disease.
Skills for Care has refreshed its innovative career pathways e-tool to include new qualifications on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) and additional case studies.
A new strategic vision for volunteering in social care will be unveiled today by Care Services Minister Paul Burstow in Birmingham.
Imelda Redmond CBE, discussion leader for quality for the Caring for our future engagement exercise talks about making social care reform a reality.
According to the CQC, regulation and inspection of social and healthcare is intended to put people first, stand up for their rights, and act quickly to remedy bad practice. But analysis of the DANI inspection reports (which CQC summarised on Thursday) actually shows nothing could be further from the truth.