UKHCA

United Kingdom Homecare Association
The professional association for homecare providers

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Homecarer September 2013

This document is available to UKHCA members only. Information on how to join UKHCA.

In this issue: We call for dialogue with local authority leaders on minimum wage issues; UKHCA Chair Mike Padgham says society should value care workers more highly; UKHCA Chief Executive Bridget Warr discusses developing NICE homecare guidance; Homecare innovation challenge – use our centre page poster to generate ideas on the future of homecare; John Turner of Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP explains how the Care Bill will change safeguarding in England; Lucianne Sawyer CBE provides an update on telecare; Jenny Roberts discusses the managers’ role in dementia care; SPRU’s Professor Caroline Glendinning reports on managed personal budgets; Emma Kain-Barrett of Towergate Patrick looks at stress in the workplace; We look at UKHCA’s response to CQC’s New Start consultation and the outcome of Who Cares? consultation in Northern Ireland; plus Launch our specimen terms and conditions for employment agencies; New factsheet on statutory notifications and reporting; and booking for our England conference on 26 November.

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