An extra 71,000 care home beds will be needed in England by 2025 with rising numbers of people unable to live independently, new research has revealed.
CQC Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care Andrea Sutcliffe speaks exclusively to CHP readers in the second of her bi-monthly columns in our September issue.
Somerset Care has called for a “thorough review” of care home commissioning in order to avoid a care home capacity crisis.
Almost 3,000 people will not be able to find a care home bed in 2018, according to research commissioned by the BBC.
The care sector paid for more than a fifth (21%) of health and safety fines in cases prosecuted by local authorities, according to new research.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has announced the suspension of financial penalties for employers who have under paid workers for ‘sleep-in shifts’.
Vulnerable people are being forced into situations against their will because care providers are not going through the proper process, according to a new report.
The CQC has published its annual report and accounts detailing achievements and expenditure for the year 2016/17.
Care England has announced that its Judicial Review against Essex County Council regarding inadequate fees will be heard on 7 November 2017.