The UKHCA is the professional body for home care providers in the UK. Their role is to represent their members and influence national & regional policy-making.
The previsit check list is a powerful yet often overlooked tool in the preparation to a care seekers visit to a home, here is our top advice.
TrustedCare.co.uk analyses the answers 1,000 care-seekers gave to the question 'how did you hear about us?' and discovers that 36% of enquirers know about the home through local reputation and recommendations.
Surrey Care Association provides support and a wealth of information to social care providers in the county of Surrey.
The Berkshire Care Association (BCA) has been running since 2005 and provides a wide source of information, training, support and guidance to their members.
Established in 2009, The Care Workers Charity supports current and former care workers with the provision of one-off hardship grants.
Lincolnshire Care Association (LinCA) represent the interests of care and support providers within the independent and voluntary sectors.
Did you know that one fifth of enquiries into residential homes now come from email or online form submissions?
Carers UK understands that caring comes with its many challenges. They are happy to listen, provide information & advice and support carers in finding ways to manage.
Below are some of the most popular locations for nursing, residential, home and live-in care support, click to find out more about the support offered in these areas.
The elderly and frail are especially vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, care providers are putting in place a range of measures to deal with the situation and safeguard those who use their services.
Care homes have mostly cancelled all but essential visits to the home. They are providing telephone-based assessments and placing controls on admissions. Home care & live-in care providers are still delivering care in the community but have a huge demand for support at this time.
All care providers currently have a big work load and may be difficult to reach, please contact the TrustedCare Care Adviser team on 01865 680 331 for further information on services in your local area.
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