United Kingdom Homecare Association
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Homecarer July 2013

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In this issue: We welcome CQC’s “new start” plans for regulatory reform; UKHCA Chair calls for more money to be invested in homecare and UKHCA Chief Executive supports innovation and integration; we launch our joint “Can we trust the Trusts?” campaign in Northern Ireland; Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP consider user default and insurance brokers Towergate Patrick look at business support; UKHCA Dementia Lead Jenny Roberts advises on achieving a good diet; Policy Officer Joyce Francis looks at disclosure changes and recruitment schemes; Skills for Care’s Sue Smith says apprenticeships can be a bonus and David Cubey looks at NMDS-SC’s dashboard design; report on news from Scotland and Wales on reforms which emphasise user involvement and well-being; describe free resources available to members and how to order our new Homecare Workers’ Handbook.

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