When news started to break of a novel new coronavirus early last year, none of us knew what the following months would bring. Sadly, as time progressed, it became clear that those most severely affected by COVID-19 were our elderly and vulnerable. In residential care homes and support facilities across the country, dedicated staff raced... Continue Reading →
Marketing Trends for 2021
2020 is finally over and, although we may not be free of COVID and its effects, it is time to look to the future. Let’s take a look at what trends in marketing this year could bring us and how we can help you to grow your brand, manage your reputation and increase your engagement... Continue Reading →
The power of communications
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
From Brexit to pandemic
Do you remember the time all we were talking about was Brexit? Seems like a lifetime ago in this current climate!
Stress in adult social care
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.
To become a Dementia Friends Champion you are required to attend a day’s information session held by the Alzheimer’s Society.
The NHS 10 year plan
The launch of the NHS 10 year plan on 7th January 2019 was a positive focus on health and wellbeing to start the New Year.
Festive team building ideas
Christmas is a great time for togetherness, even in a professional context. A time when we can engage with our colleagues on a more informal basis. A great way to do this is through team building games and activities.
Virtual reality in health and social care
One of the main uses of VR in health and social care has been for teaching and learning situations, whereby the interactive experience of the person within the virtual world
Fake news and your reputation
We are all too familiar with the rise of fake news in our society today. From the political arena to other areas of life, false information is unfortunately rife all around us.
Celebrating success through employee recognition
Many reading this blog will know that the Great British Care Awards are a series of regional events throughout England to recognise and celebrate the excellent work, often carried out behind the scenes, by dedicated and committed staff across the care sector.
Are you using the ‘accessible information standard’
Since 31 July 2016 all organisations providing NHS or adult social care services must have fully implemented the accessible information standard by law