Monday 14th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
ELDERLY and vulnerable people are being left in reused incontinence pads and denied trips to the toilet by Britain’s broken residential care system, care workers revealed yesterday.An investigation by care union Unison found that many of those too vulnerable to remain in...
Monday 19th Jun 2017
CARE homes are being reviewed over shockingly high hidden costs charged to elderly residents and their family members, it was revealed yesterday.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is holding a consultation for those who have been hit with unexpected extra fees, unfair...
Saturday 3rd Dec 2016
FINANCIAL pressures are putting care provision to elderly and disabled people at risk with many homes forced to close, the Care Quality Commission warned yesterday.
The number of care homes has fallen by 1,500 in the past six years as providers struggle with rising costs and reduced...
Thursday 13th Oct 2016
A SOARING number of care homes are going insolvent due to local authority funding cuts, a new study revealed yesterday.
Forty-seven care homes went insolvent in England and Wales last year, up from 40 the previous year and 35 in 2012-13, according to accountancy firm Moore...
Monday 25th Apr 2016
posted by Will Stone in Britain
Workers fight to save Leeds's last three dementia homes
Tuesday 18th Nov 2014
Wednesday 6th Aug 2014