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Veterans Meet Their Penpals

Veterans at The Royal Star & Garter Homes in Surbiton and pupils from Hinchley Wood School have become penpals in an initiative to get generations writing to each other run by It’s not Your Birthday But. Glitter pens and fountain pens ...

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Care Home Coffee Morning Raises Hundreds For Charity

A CHARITY coffee morning at St Frances Church in Ingleby Barwick has raised hundreds of pounds for elderly residents and the Alzheimer’s Society. A raffle, bingo, cakes and hot drinks helped generate donations at the event, organisedby Hill Care Group care homes in Stockton. Dozens of ...

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Complex Care Provider Launches ‘#Whyicare’ Campaign

A COMPLEX care provider has launched a campaign to share the voices of kind hearted and compassionate carers. The #whyicare project records the thoughts of team members who want to combat negative stereotypes of social care. The Badby Group kicked off the campaign with videos from staff ...

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Industry Leaders Comment On Chancellors Budget

Industry leaders have given a positive response to Chancellor Philip Hammonds budget. Whilst overwhelmingly welcoming the announcement of an additional £2bn social care funding concerns were raised about the planned cuts to the Employment and Support allowance and the burden ...

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Total Transformation – Second Edition

Scaling up promising models of care, support and community health services could increase cost-effectiveness for the NHS and local authorities – and improve outcomes for local people. Updated information from the Social Care Institute for Excellence indicates that if six ...

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