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Editor’s Viewpoint: Welcome To The New Carer Website

Peter Adams, Editor of The Carer

Peter Adams, Editor of The Carer

Welcome to our new revamped website, brought to you by RBC Publishing Ltd – the publishers of The Carer, a quarterly publication mailed directly to residential and nursing care homes throughout England and Wales

Our new and rejuvenated website is aimed, in the same way as our quarterly title, at decision makers, proprietors, managers and senior executives of both independent and group owned residential and Nursing Care Homes throughout England and Wales. We will feature all the very latest in depth news and expert opinion from the care sector, providing comprehensive and varied information needed to provide both quality care and support, showcasing innovative products and services to help make care homes more profitable and efficient – all updated daily!

The care sector is a vibrant, growing, changing and rewarding industry to be involved in. How we care for our ageing population is one of the greatest challenges we face. Furthermore Britain’s healthcare bill is anticipated to be one fifth of our total gross domestic product by 2050, an increase of £80 billion from 2010. The number of adult social care jobs has increased by 15% since 2009 and is projected to grow to 2.6m by 2025.

So, it would be safe to say that importance of the social care sector and its role in British society cannot be underestimated, We very much hope you enjoy our improved website and we here at The Carer will continue to bring you up to date news, views products and services!

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