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Delays in transfer of care

Recent data published by NHS England shows a 24% decrease in delayed transfer of care when comparing June 2017 to June 2018. Though the trend shows very positive signs there were still over 134,000 delayed days of care in June 2018. The main reason for NHS delays was because patients were awaiting further non acute NHS care. For social care delays, patients were often waiting for care packages to be set up in their own homes.

Live-in Care reablement project success

Agincare Live-in Care services is really pleased to announce that we have just trained a further 5 live-in Reablement Support Workers due to the ongoing success of the Portsmouth Reablement Project.

All 5 live-in workers have demonstrated a good level of previous care experience and have subsequently been on 3 days of dedicated reablement training to advance their knowledge and skills further. 

Agincare's Maxine Smith wins carer of the year in regional care awards

Maxine Smith, Senior Carer for Agincare UK Ltd at the Springfield Extra Care Scheme in Filton, won ‘Carer of the Year’ in the Care and Support West regional award programme on July 9th at Bath Racecourse. Over 250 people from the local care sector attended the awards event that celebrates success and outstanding achievement in the local care industry.

Agincare's Mel campaigns to save our homecare

Mel Cairnduff (pictured campaigning the PM at Madme Tussauds!) has worked as a Care Worker with Agincare for over 15 years, though has worked in care for much longer. Having participated in the recent filming with ITV’s Tonight team on a programme about social care, she soon emerged as an expert care worker, who excelled in her role. In readiness for the programme, Mel was invited to appear on the Good Morning Britain sofa along with Penny Marshall, the journalist leading the programme, who was raving about Mel and her work!

Dementia UK appoints the UK’s first 'Consultant Admiral Nurse', Agincare's own Jo Plamer

Agincare, in conjunction with Dementia UK,  have appointed Agincare’s Jo Palmer as the UK’s first 'Consultant Admiral Nurse' as part of the drive to push up the standards of care for high dependency dementia care and clinical nursing care across Agincare’s 12 care homes, live-in care and home care services. 

‘Awareness raising’ on a NATIONAL scale….

The Director of Agincare Live-in Care Services, Adam Luckhurst, recently attended a forum in London with other leading live-in providers to discuss how, collectively; the overall awareness of live-in care can be raised.

30 care providers from all across the country came together to share ideas and discuss the proposal outlined by the UKHCA.

Council spending on care drops by 8%

The National Audit Office (NAO) recently published figures showing that local authority spending in adult social care had fallen by 8% in real terms between 2010-11 and 2012-13. Savings have been made by councils operating in a more efficient way, but NAO researchers have also discovered evidence that authorities are paying providers less as well. This puts pressure on the care provider and means they can only offer basic care. The NAO raised the obvious concerns confirmed by  an official inquiry last month which said central government has "no idea" how long the system can cope.

The future of social care

Former care services minster Paul Burstow (pictured) is chairing a commission on the future of residential care for the think-tank Demos. Over the course of a year, the commission will be developing a vision for the sector fit for the 21st century.

UK Care Worker Jobs – UK Personal Assistant Jobs

Agincare Special Overseas Recruitment Open-Day in Timisoara, Romania, on the 6th 7th and 8th of March, Between 9am and 4pm Daily!

Our team will be located at Hotel Timisoara, Str Marasesti nr 1-3, 300086, Timisoara, Timis, Romania.

Please come and talk to the professionals about the benefits of living and working in the UK for a long standing well established professional company.

Victory Care Home and Agincare Community Care Services

New Medway Care Services

Agincare are delighted to bring 25 years of national experience in delivering excellent care services into Medway and Kent. Having acquired two Medway Council Care Homes, and their caring and highly skilled local teams, we feel proud and privileged to enhance local care provision, supporting the community by offering refurbished Care Home beds in Rochester and Chatham.

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