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Previously ‘Good’ Bupa care home placed in Special Measures

Previously ‘Good’ Bupa care home placed in Special Measures

A Bupa care home that was previously rated Good in all areas has been placed in Special Measures by the CQC.
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Hica Group celebrates first CQC Outstanding

The Anchorage in Grimsby has become the first Hica Group care home to achieve CQC Outstanding.

HC-One care home given longer to improve following progress

An HC-One care home in Scotland has been given longer to improve after making progress following an inspection that raised serious concerns.

Manchester care home faces closure after council terminates contract

Viewpark care home in Moston is facing closure after the cancellation of its local authority contract.

Government provides £76m to create thousands of additional supported living homes

The government is providing £76m over the next three years to create thousands of extra homes to support elderly people and those with disabilities and mental health issues.

Luxury care facility opens in Merseyside

A luxury residential care facility providing long stay accommodation for the elderly has opened in Hoylake, Merseyside.

Caring Homes celebrates excellence in Scotland

For the third year of the Scottish Recognition Awards, colleagues, residents and relatives were asked to nominate shining examples of excellence at the provider’s seven homes in the region.

CQC cancels ‘dirty’ Croydon care home’s registration

The CQC has cancelled the registration of Carlton House in Croydon after the service Inadequate following its latest inspection in March 2018.

Government maintains Housing Benefit for all supported housing

The government has announced it is maintaining Housing Benefit for all supported housing following consultations launched in October 2017.

Hallmark charity walk raises £13,700 for Alzheimer’s Research UK

Nine Hallmark care workers have raised £13,700 for Alzheimer’s Research UK in a 62-mile charity walk.
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