Let’s delve into the month, the crucial role that caregivers play in the lives of Alzheimer’s patients and how our Dementia Care Training will prepare caregivers to deliver high-quality person-centred care.
As the National Health Service (NHS) turns 75 this July, we’d like to take a moment to recognise it as a cornerstone of British society and a symbol of compassion and healthcare excellence.
Diabetes Week provides a platform to highlight the importance of social care in diabetes management.
Recognising Carer’s Week 2023 and promoting our new FREE Safeguarding course.
This year’s theme is “Anxiety”, and the campaign aims to shine a light on anxiety as one of the most common mental health problems we face.
Talking about dying and death is an essential part of providing compassionate and person-centred care.
We ran a poll asking managers which staff training challenge they think affects them the most.
World Parkinson’s Day aims at raising awareness about Parkinson’s disease and the impact it has on the lives of millions of people worldwide.
Widespread criticism at government’s decision to halve promised social care workforce funding.
Every year, on April 2nd, the world comes together to observe World Autism Awareness Day. This day is an opportunity to raise awareness, promote acceptance, and celebrate the diversity and strengths of the autism community.
Skills for Care’s #RetainToGain initiative aims to address the issue of staff retention in the care sector.
Epilepsy is a brain disorder that affects 1 in 100 people in the UK alone. Epilepsy Awareness Day, also known as Purple Day, is celebrated annually on March 26th to increase public awareness of the condition and eliminate the fear and stigma associated with it.