The Open University (OU) has presented new research at the House of Lords which says that ‘relational care’ may be the solution to the crumbling social care sector’s problems.
A Billericay businessman has been recognised for his services to social care as he received a CBE at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
The UK is set to get its first ever national care conference for school-age children thanks to Hallmark Care Homes, with the aim of attracting the next generation of care workers into the sector.
The third annual Care Sector Fundraising Ball was back with a bang on Saturday, raising £401,942 for the Alzheimer’s Society and the Care Workers’ Charity – more than double the proceeds from the last Ball.
A pioneering partnership between Hallmark Care Homes Foundation and London Play is set to bring the young and old together this autumn.
Three new trustees have been appointed to the board of Hallmark Care Homes Foundation to help with its work on ageing well and improving the quality of care. The charity funds research and innovation and works with partners to maximise its impact.
Hallmark Foundation, founded in 2020 with a mission to invest in the future of care to help everyone age well, has formed a partnership with Hourglass, the UK’s only charity focused on tackling the abuse and neglect of older people…
Working Options in Education, the national employability and life skills charity, is today launching a campaign funded by the Hallmark Foundation to inspire 14-19 year olds in Essex and East London to consider a career in social care.
A paper published by the Hallmark Foundation charity has set out six key priorities or ‘building bricks’ for the government’s Spending Review and Social Care White Paper.
An Office for Care and Ageing Well should be created to monitor and report unmet needs and promote sustainable ways to deliver better care and prevention.