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The recent 'Low Expectations' report by the Alzheimer's Society says that we are so used to poor care of our elderly and demented that we're settling too often for lacklustre care homes. Sarah Kean-Price writes more:
Posted 23rd April 2013
Sandie Keene - the newest director of ADASS - recently addressed ADASS's direction for the months to come. Technology, attitudes and a civic bent all made an appearance in her speech.
Posted 17th April 2013
Private Eye recently reported on a employment quasi-loophole that is risking domicilary care jobseekers not getting their full pay. Sarah Kean-Price hopes you aren't one of them...
Posted 4th April 2013
During the British Institute of Learning Disabilities, Alan Rosenbach from the CQC reported their findings of a Winterbourne-inspired set of inspections. The findings weren't fantastic but it's getting better....
Posted 13th March 2013
Information has allegedly been uncovered that DoH officials are asking looking for 'field intelligence' from local council reps to uncover as much evidence possible to protect care budgets.
Posted 8th March 2013