Coronavirus - COVID-19
COVID-19 and Choice Care Visiting Procedures
This is the summary overview of the findings from our 2019/20 survey of staff, care professionals and the people we support. The report highlights our main findings, including the areas we did well as well as some areas that we can improve. We hope you find the information valuable and it gives you an insight into all the stakeholders that make up the Choice Care family.
This is a time for us all to think about our mental health
We would like to give a massive THANK YOU to The Bombay Sapphire Distillery for producing and delivering hand sanitiser to one of our nearby homes, Oakley Lodge.
This incredibly generous act means a lot to all our staff and the people we support 💚
Over 100,000 CARE badges are now being proudly worn across the sector
Our Chief Executive, Edwina Johnston, explains the thinking behind the new Choice Care brand identity and introduces our fabulous new website.
Care England have called out for an immediate additional £4bn to be attributed by the government.
£34 million into what it is calling the UK’s biggest research programme in the sector
We are officially ranked THE BEST care home provider in England!!!
100 celebrates the most influential disabled people in the UK
Hate crimes against people with disabilities has been suggested to have increased by a huge 41% in the last year.
A man has been able to move all four of his paralysed limbs with a mind-controlled exoskeleton suit
Our Stroud Lodge home in Gloucester nominated for Dignity and Respect Care Home of the Year
Teenagers with autism are being targeted by gangs running county lines drugs operations.
Liverpool 5G Testbed and techUK call for action to accelerate the roll out of 5G technology in health and social care.
Helping people with learning disabilities make positive changes to their lifestyle
The care sector has responded with outrage following BBC's Panorama documentary
New objectives ensure that equality is front and centre, both in their regulatory work, and for their staff.
The health watchdog launches a review into how it handled a 2015 report raising concerns about Whorlton Hall hospital.
Campaign by the Daily Express and the Care Campaign for the Vulnerable calls for CCTV cameras in care home communal areas.
Community Integrated Care launches a pioneering inclusive rugby programme
Every patient held in long-term segregation or seclusion is to be reviewed by independent advocates.
New adaptations designed for people with learning disabilities will now be rolled out to more than 5,000 Slimming World consultants.
Average salaries for new roles in the social care sector are rising despite economic uncertainty.
The team at Ravenna Lodge receive a ‘Good’ rating following their first CQC inspection.
A Care England study into council fees has shown that local authorities are failing to keep pace with rising costs