Are you entertaining your residents legally?

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By CATHERINE DREW, partner, Charles Russell

The provision of entertainment to residents and/or staff of care homes can be complicated and costly if not done correctly.

TV licences

TV licences are required by individuals in care homes who wish to watch television in their own rooms, and by the care home if it provides any television facilities on a communal basis. Individuals in residential care can be entitled to a r

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