Monday 17 December 2018
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Dementia education on risk inspires people in midlife to consider healthier lifestyles

75% of people said advice on dementia risk reduction would encourage them to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

Devon care home rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission

A care home in Devon that goes out of its way to promote the independence and wellbeing of people living with dementia has been rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission following an inspection in May.

Care home patient Gloria Forrester died of neglect

An 80-year-old patient died as a result of neglect at a former Conwy county care home, an inquest has concluded.

Care homes face 'huge shortfall' in available beds

Up to 3,000 elderly people will not be able to get beds in UK care homes by the end of next year, research suggests.

Leicestershire disability care service is rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission has found the quality of care provided by two services run by Kingly Care Partnership in Hinckley, to be Outstanding following inspections in May.

Registered managers need that sense of belonging

Having worked in the public and voluntary social care sector for over 30 years, Sharon Allen, CEO of Skills for Care, has first-hand insight into the sector and what registered managers experience in their frontline roles on a daily basis. She shares her personal experience and talks about what worked for her and those services she managed.