Experts by Experience need to be used and listened to more effectively and hopefully more concentration on actual care delivery, rather than record keeping.
Rachel Gilbert, Director of Care Quality and Governance, explains how Care UK excels in nursing care in an increasingly challenging marketplace.
Source: Director Rachel Gilbert explains Care UK’s successful nursing formula : Care Home Professional
Restoring care standards even to 2010 levels will blow a big hole in the chancellor’s budget in March, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee
The Conservative Party has announced a ‘three-point plan’ to find a long-term solution for social care in its election manifesto.
Source: Tories announce ‘three-point plan’ for adult social care in election manifesto : Care Home Professional
No it is not too late to support Care Workers in the caring profession, but it nearly is, for this petition closes on Tuesday 23 July 2019, So please sign without any further delay.
Petition link: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/236151
Why you should consider to sign
You may be aware of some of the problems with Social Care and the Government’s austerity cuts to Local Authorities and how this is affecting care services.
For more information please see below
Hopefully this will inform the Government and in doing so they will increase the funding to local authorities. These authorities can then contract to Care Service Providers on an increased rate so they can then pay their care workers at least the Living Wage, currently 9.00 per hour, outside of London, London being 10.55 per hour.
This petition is just the start as is paying all care workers the Living Wage, for good quality care needs to be achieved in all instances of care and then be sustained .
This is going to be a long, long road to cover, but if we all work together it is achievable.
So please sign without further delay on https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/236151
This should be unbelievable, but is it?
Where is the care in our, so called, Society, it appears that it is just another ‘word’ that is not put into practice.
Is our Health Service so fragmented that, specialists health care professionals are unable to understand the basics of nutrition.
Surely with so many professions within the care of Joe, that, not one of them could see, or even understand, that food or some other form of nutrition was not being given to Joe.
Was he not monitored, or did everyone involved in his, so called, care believe it was the responsibility of someone else.
What does this say of the 21st century health care in Manchester, more like 16th century. The care for Joe would have been better in the 3rd World.
There are targets for this, targets for that and targets for the other, so many targets.
Are there too many targets, that these targets are getting in the way of basic health care?
The Minister of State for Care has officially kicked off a home care company’s latest campaign to encourage more people to consider a career in care.
MP Caroline Dinenage has pledged her support for the Home Instead Senior Care ‘You Can Care’ campaign which raises awareness of the opportunities to work in care and highlights how fulfilling a role it can be.
“Care work is a hugely rewarding career which has a real impact on people’s lives, supporting them to enjoy their later years,” she said.
“It’s great to see a home care business which is so passionate about helping older people age well. Quality care like this plays a crucial role in enabling older people to stay living healthily and happily at home for longer.”
Source: Minister launches social care recruitment campaign – but will it work? : Welfare Weekly