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Dementia Friends Newsletter
Should You Be Worried About Whistleblowers?
QualitySolicitors Burroughs Day explain in their latest bulletin.
Care homes cannot afford to pay staff more on existing budgets
David Waters blogs about the problem
An iteresting blog post by Caring Times editor Geoff Hodgson
One of our patrons,Quality Solicitors Burroughs Day, are putting on a seminar for care providers covering all the legal hot topics.
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Our patron Quality Solicitors Burroughs Day, lays out all the important info in their latest bulletin.
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Leon Smith blogs about the problems of staff recruitment
This is the first of a series of 3 dementia films are aimed raising awareness of dementia amongst organisations and business providing services in the community.
A new hybrid role for nursing in the care home sector
Visit our training page to see the latest courses from Hampshire County Council and PaCT.
Skills for Care’s policy briefings
‘Shock and awe’ may not be the best approach to inspection
It has been announced today that the cap on care costs has been delayed until 2020.
The Skills for Care Accolades give you the chance to recognise the great work you do and also to share best practice across the sector.
Read the lastest National Skills Academy for Social Care newsletter
GPs say patchy services fail dementia patients
Are your care fees protected?
Top tips on protecting fees
New Skills For Care Newsletter July 2015
Managers - Have your say
PaCT Managers Development Day (Winchester Area) Wednesday 9th September 2015
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Skills for Care is conducting some research for the CQC looking at safety in adult social care.
The Met Office have issued Heatwave Warnings for the Southern region.
CQC Safeguarding Statement
Dignity in Care have released their latest newsletter.
To celebrate the incredible achievements communities across the UK have made in becoming dementia-friendly, Alzheimer's Society are holding the second Dementia Friendly Awards and first ever Dementia Friendly Awards NI.
New Care Act Guidance that focus on people not process when commissioning care services.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced that pension exit charges are set to be reviewed
CQC explain the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014: Regulation 20
Is an employer obliged to pay for travel time?
Yes, says a recent European case involving peripatetic workers
Since 13 April 2015, it has been a criminal offence for care workers (including directors and their equivalents) to ill-treat or wilfully neglect someone in receipt of care. There is also a new criminal offence for care providers.
A short film “What an older person with dementia really wants” by Rosemary Hurtley.
Learning Through Work is a series of pocket-sized booklets from Skills for Care
The first phase of the Care Act has been implemented well, but this places new responsibilities on local authorities whose core funding is being significantly reduced.
W&P Health & Social Care Newsletter
Care Quality Commission publish national report looking at people’s experiences of help, care and support during a mental health crisis.
CQC welcomes the fact that there has been an independent review by the Department of Health about the way two procurements were handled in February 2013.
Adult social care firms struggling for staff due to cuts
Materials to support employers in preparing for the Certificate, including revised standards and guidance are now available for use.
2015 Dates for Portsmouth local group meetings
Location - Synergy Rooms St James
Time is running out to enter the 2015 HCA Care Awards!
Get your nominations in before 16th October for:
Care Home of the Year
Carer of the Year
Nurse of the Year
Manager of the Year
2015 HCA Seminar
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"Great event well organised. Acacia Training and Development are pleased we had a stand there today We met some great managers who we hope we can support with training in the future
Well done HCA"."Lots of relevant information,Thank you for organgising such an informative day
"Very good, got information on important matters. very enjoyable :)"
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