Care leaders have responded to the Government’s announcements on social care in the Queen’s Speech yesterday.
A Surrey nursing home, which was recently rated Inadequate by the CQC, has said it has being forced to close because of staffing problems worsened by Brexit.
Heath and care organisations have signed to a devolution agreement to increase joined up working in Surrey.
Councils have been warned to find affordable care home placements by the Local Government Ombudsman.
The CMA has announced that it has begun investigating whether care homes are breaking the law by charging families for extended periods after a resident’s death.
The number of EU nurses registering in the UK has dropped by 96% since July, according to new figures.
Care leaders have given their response to last night’s General Election result which resulted in a Hung Parliament.
People receiving care and those looking after them support the need for a social care revolution, research has found.
Over half of the British public are worried about being able to afford the cost of care, according to HC-One research.