1st Apr 2016
Living wage will put care homes on critical list
A new article in the Sunday Times says pay is set to soar by £1bn a year and many homes may have to close
31st Mar 2016
Howden awarded Corporate Chartered status
Howden is proud to announce that its UK business has been awarded Corporate Chartered status by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
31st Mar 2016
Press Release 30/03/2016
National Care Association have been deeply disappointed, although not surprised by the Care Quality Commissions’ announcement on fees
24th Mar 2016
National Care Association Press Release 24/03/2016
National Care Association welcome the Migration Advisory Committee’s recommendation published today
22nd Mar 2016
National Minimum Wage: Low Pay Commission remit 2016 (autumn)
Once again the Low Pay Commission is embarking on series of visits to areas across the UK to gather evidence on the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and low pay. They would like your assistance in helping to identify specific employers and workers that our Commissioners can meet with as part of this process.
19th October 2017
Food Standards Agency changes official advice on eggs
"You may have seen the recent announcement from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) about a change in the official advice on the safety of eggs for vulnerable groups, including elderly people. The FSA has confirmed that these groups can now eat runny (or even raw) eggs again, as long as the eggs have the British Lion stamp on...... We are aware that some care homes have been avoiding runny eggs, but they will now be able to reintroduce eggs fully on their menus."