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Social care on high alert as junior doctors goes ahead

| 26 Apr 2016

The junior doctors’ strike planned for tomorrow 26th and 27th April has placed social care on high alert with providers and care workers standing by to care and support the most vulnerable, often frail elderly and disabled in society, to manage during the industrial action.

 

Chairman of the Care Workers Charity, Dr Asif Raja, a former junior doctor, said “Social Care providers and Care Workers of the country will, as they do, day in day out, be there to care and support for the people in their care. They are often the unsung heroes, caring for the most vulnerable in society and this is yet more pressure to the already difficult and challenging circumstances care workers and providers face.”

 

Social care providers and care workers are hopeful the strike action can be averted even at this late stage. The BMA have agreed to call off the strike if the Secretary of State removes the threat of imposition of the new contract whilst also facing legal challenges and judicial review.

 

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Rise in care homes going out of business

| 26 Apr 2016

The number of care home providers going bust in England and Wales rose last year, according to research.

An analysis by accountancy firm Moore Stephens found 47 care home operators became insolvent in 2014-15, up from 40 the previous year and 35 in 2012-13.

Reductions in local authority fees and increasing property costs had piled pressure on providers, the research found. The introduction of the national living wage from April this year will add further strain on provider finances, it added.

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iCareHealth to attend the Cornwall Partners in Care AGM

| 22 Apr 2016

iCareHealth will be attending the Cornwall Partners of Care AGM on Monday next week. The AGM will feature a variety of key social Care Speakers, including Care England’s CEO Prof. Martin Green and Dr. Jonathan Katz the Deputy Medical Director of Kernow Health CIC.

Two of our very own Care industry experts Lloyd Evans and Mourad Elmehdaoui will also be in attendance and will be offering industry insights as well as presenting iCareHealth’s innovative Care Home and Home Care solutions.

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