Craegmoor boss hopes minds will be concentrated


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

Responding to the report on dementia care by health and social care market analysts Laing & Buisson, Craegmoor Healthcare chief executive Ted Smith, said he hoped that such an important contribution to the national debate surrounding dementia care would concentrate the minds of care commissioners, regulators, policy-makers and providers on the need for truly personalised dementia care.

‘Craegmoor already provides tailored residential and nursing care packages for more than 2,200 older people throughout the UK, some of whom have dementia, so will we cert





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