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Accolades finalist Jak Savage reflects on what lockdown down means for her family and support team.
Ed Brown talks about contingency planning in the face of an unprecedented pandemic.
CEO Oonagh Smyth reflects on what the future holds for adult social care.
Claire Henry shares her thoughts about life on the frontline during Dying Matters Awareness Week
The team at Richard's House won the 2020 Skills for Care Accolade for Best individual who employs their own care and support staff. Here Tess Reddington who employs a team of PAs to support her son reflects on the challenges the COVID-19 lockdown has presented for them.
In this Year of the Nurse Carly Love, Matron at Arthur Rank Hospice in Cambridge, looks at how the profession is working together to tackle the professional and personal challenges posed by COVID-19.
Exemplar Health Care's Head of Learning, Development and Talent, Claire Fretwell, shares some of the ways that they're supporting employee wellbeing during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Skills for Care People Director, Ruth Stickler, shares her reflections of supporting the health and wellbeing of colleagues as they adjust to a new way of working.
Whilst the sector does the best it can to cope with the impact of Covid-19 Sophie Chester-Glyn from Manor Community is making sure social care being put on the agenda.
In this latest blog featuring Nikki Bones CEO of SweetTree we explore what it means to be an unsung hero
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