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DHSC Capacity Tracker Provider Workshop 23 May 2022

DHSC Capacity Tracker Provider Workshop 23 May 2022 DHSC is aspiring to a culture of transparency around data and ensuring that any national data collection …

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Update Regarding Test Deliveries over Jubilee bank holiday & new hours for 119

Update Regarding Test Deliveries over Jubilee bank holiday A series of emails have been sent to different social care services over the last day or …

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Recording of and presentations from the LCAS RM V-Meeting April 27th 2022

Recording of and presentations from the LCAS RM V-Meeting April 27th Recording of the meeting https://youtu.be/ulJI6OoGsko Fragomen Laurence Keir-Thomas, Fragomen are advisors to SfC and …

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Review of adult social care 2022 – The Migration Advisory Committee

Review of adult social care 2022 The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report on adult social care, and the impact that ending freedom of movement has …

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Recruitment & Retention tips from PurpleTribe

New (May) blog post: https://purpletribe.co.uk/keeping-potential-carers-engaged-with-your-care-business/ April blog post: https://purpletribe.co.uk/care-recruitment-how-to-recruit-care-workers-in-2022/ We are also attending the Health plus care show, Scott will be delivering a session (May …

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Adult Social Care Charging Reforms.

Please find attached a useful quick read one-pager relating to the Charging Reforms. If you wish to register for future updates, support materials and guidance …

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Update to the COVID-19 Supplement

Update to the COVID-19 Supplement This afternoon, the COVID-19 Supplement was updated with a few changes, one of which clarifies the guidance on symptoms as …

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The Health and Care Bill has received Royal Assent and is now officially the Health and Care Act 2022.

The Health and Care Bill has received Royal Assent and is now officially the Health and Care Act 2022. You can find a link to …

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Keeping Well North West London – April 2022 newsletter

Welcome to the Keeping Well North West London – April 2022 newsletter In this issue: ·         You said, we listened: explore our new website updates …

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Recruitment & Retention – Persuade potential care workers that your care business is best for them – PurpleTribe

PurpleTribe Recruitment & Retention Tip #6 Persuade potential care workers that your care business is best for them Your potential care applicants may take a …

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LCAS RM V-meeting April 13th with CQC, Care Concern and SfC Recording and presentations.

LCAS RM V-meeting April 13th with CQC, Care Concern and SfC Recording and presentations Meeting Recording SfC Presentation on achieving Good and Outstanding Care and …

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Nominations for the Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards on the 8th July, closing soon.

Nominations are still open for the upcoming Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards on the 8th July. The closing date for nominations is the 13th May, …

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Fair Cost of Care (FCC) exercise and Market Sustainability Plan across both the home care and care home sector, PLEASE TAKE PART & CONTRIBUTE

Dear Provider,   The Care Provider Alliance (CPA) is working with the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) in respect of the Fair Cost …

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Updates to COVID-19 Testing in Adult Social Care Guidance

Updates to COVID-19 Testing in Adult Social Care Guidance You may have spotted an update to this guidance yesterday but been unsure what actually changed …

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UKHSA publishes new COVID-19 guidance

UKHSA publishes new COVID-19 guidance | Citation FREE guide As part of the government’s ‘Living with COVID-19’ plan, the UK Health and Security Agency (UKHSA) …

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Please sign now. Petition to Government – Reinstate the IPC grant Funding which paid social care staff who need to isolate

Petition – Reinstate the IPC grant Funding which paid social care staff who need to isolate Social care workers are still required to take routine …

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