More than four in five adult social care services are currently either rated Good or Outstanding by the CQC.
The subject of loneliness and mental health has been at the forefront of discussions in adult social care. We have explored the topic of loneliness and come across a few options to help combat loneliness such as au pairing and Homeshare schemes. If the Homeshare scheme or au pairing isn’t right for you because there’s no spare space at home or having someone live-in (or living-in with someone as a younger person) isn’t something you’d be comfortable with, then there are also many non-live in schemes that help build community connections and reduce loneliness. Continue reading “Loneliness And Mental Health: Social Networking (In The Flesh)”
Every year, the Surrey Care Awards recognises and celebrates the exceptional contributions made by individuals and teams within Surrey’s care workforce. Have you identified staff you’d like nominate for the Awards yet?
The NCF Managers Conference is all about the power of the Manager. Attend this event and listen to speakers such as:
Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector Adult Social Care, CQC – CONFIRMED
Joanne Bosanquet MBE, Chief Executive, FoNS – CONFIRMED
Sophie Coultard, The Road to Outstanding – CONFIRMED
Vic Rayner, Executive Director, NCF – CONFIRMED
Beth Britton, Social Care Campaigner, Consultant, Writer & Blogger – CONFIRMED
Eleanor Smith MP, Co-Chair, Adult Social Care APPG on Social Care – CONFIRMED
Susie Finlayson, CEO, Power to Change – CONFIRMED
Kirsty Woodard, Founder, Ageing Without Children
The positive image of care can so be often ignored, but an exhibition at the Care Show at the NEC Birmingham in October revealed the true face of care, the one that should be making headlines.