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Report exposes social care reliance on migrant workforce

Report exposes social care reliance on migrant workforce

Social care will continue to be reliant on migrant workers until the sector becomes more attractive to UK workers, a report has highlighted.
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Two-thirds of care professionals say colleagues don’t work hard enough

Almost two-thirds of care professionals believe their colleagues don’t work hard enough, according to new research.

Outstanding rated service to become UK’s first staff-owned retirement village

An Outstanding rated service in Darlington, County Durham is to become the UK’s first staff-owned retirement village or residential care facility.

Caring Homes Group scoops apprenticeship awards

Caring Homes Group scooped two awards at the south-east regional finals of the National Apprenticeship Awards 2018 this week.

Survey reveals greater strains on adult social care managers

New research by Skills for Care has revealed adult social care registered managers have busy and varied roles but are feeling increasingly under strain.

BREAKING NEWS: Government launches largest ever health and care staff engagement exercise

More than 3 million health and care staff are being invited to take part in the largest engagement exercise in health and care history.

Belong appoints second Admiral Nurse

Dementia care village operator Belong has appointed Claire Mallon as its second Admiral Nurse.

Care Workers Charity Three Peaks Challenge raises over £35,000

Ninety people from across the care sector donned their walking boots in the Care Workers Charity’s (CWC) annual challenge event.

Balhousie care home welcomes new manager

Qualified mental health nurse Pablo Vilar has been appointed the new manager of Balhousie Care Group’s home in Pitlochry.

Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Park appoints new manager to drive £2m expansion

The home, which was acquired by family-run business Rubislaw Care LLP in 2015, has promoted Tony Douglas to the GM’s role
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