There are many benefits to working in the care sector and we’ve been touched in recent weeks by the stories of care workers going above and beyond the normal call of duty to care and support the most vulnerable.
This month we ventured into the virtual world of Zoom and hosted our first online communications workshop.
In last week's blog post, we looked at how technology is enabling the care sector. The second in our series of technology related posts, this week we look at technology - keeping people connected during COVID-19.
The landscape of the care sector is evolving. Technology is being used to improve the quality of care provided and improve services across the board, as well as improve the care experience of people using services.
We’re delighted to be working with the National Care Forum (NCF) managing their external communication activities. The NCF brings together 120 of the UK’s leading not-for-profit social care organisations
Do you remember the time all we were talking about was Brexit? Seems like a lifetime ago in this current climate!
A new report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) reveals the true impact of COVID-19 on care providers and their staff across the country.
In November 2018, the Competitions and Market Authority (CMA) issued guidance to UK Care Home Providers for older people, setting out consumer law obligations to protect residents,
You may be familiar with the terms segmentation and targeting, but what does this mean to your business? Why is it important to segment and target, particularly if your operating in the care and retirement living sector?
To become a Dementia Friends Champion you are required to attend a day’s information session held by the Alzheimer’s Society.
As part of our marketing audit series, this month we’re looking at the Brand Perception Survey. How people perceive your organisation, good, bad or indifferent.