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A resident at an Aylesbury care home has been given the opportunity to showcase his love for art with an exhibition. Joao Lima has been
Nursing Workforce Crisis is at the Heart of Health and Social Care Challenges Warns Royal College of Nursing
The latest statistics published today paint a worrying picture for the months ahead according to the Royal College of Nursing Scotland. Data from Public Health
Signature at Farnham Common, a new care home, provided an early glimpse of its facilities with the help of BBC MasterChef winner and author Jane
Crumbling, outdated and poorly laid out buildings, in dire need of repair and modernisation, are hampering the efforts of doctors to provide safe and quality
Care providers are worried about the impact upcoming nurse and ambulance strikes will have on the care of older and vulnerable adults. The care provider
Older people’s charity Independent Age has warned that complexities in the social care system, and difficulties accessing information and advice from local councils in England,
Researchers have published findings which suggest that the use of hearing aids and cochlear implants can reduce the risk of developing dementia by slowing down
Long-serving local care home manager, Linda Johnson, has bid farewell to residents at her care home in Crosby, Liverpool after 26 years of serving older
Royal Star & Garter residents past and present have been remembered during the charity’s annual Starlight service. The Christmas service was broadcast for residents and
Adults with learning disabilities, autism and complex physical and mental health have recorded a festive music video and single to raise money for charity. ‘Perfect
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By Julie Tyas, Senior Social Work Consultant, Access Health, Support and Care Over the past year local authorities (LAs) have been working hard – with
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