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Homecarer September 2017

September 2017 Homecarer

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

In this issue: UKHCA provides an update on the Minimum Price for Homecare; Bridget Warr, UKHCA CEO discusses keeping social care as a government priority;Mike Padgham, outgoing UKHCA Chairman write his final Chairman's letter; Professor Justine Schneider, University of Nottingham explores what 'good' homecare looks like for people with dementia; the Scottish Social Services Council discusses the regulation of Scotland's social service workers; Dan Jones, UKHCA Policy Officer reports on what the Welsh Government and Social care Wales has in store for the sector; James Whynacht, UKHCA Policy officer writes on how Northern Ireland is thinking long-term for care and provides a question and answer page on compliance with National Minimum Wage regulations.

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