High quality training will solve issues facing the care sector


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

|By Michael Boase| Modern society is getting older. Those who are approaching middle age are becoming more and more aware of the impending problems that older age can bring. The media brings pictures almost daily of what it is like within a care establishment. The strain on the public purse to provide improving care for elderly people is obliging successive governments to rethink methods of managing the growing demands that extended longevity brings. Care for elderly people in both the public and private sector is still an expanding industry and will continue to be so for the foreseeable future. The care sector in general is undergoing a radical rethink about the provision of services provided. Specialist treatment and improved surroundings are being demanded by clients and through this demand, innovative care and community establishments are being purpose built. Higher standards are demanded of all staff working within the care sector. Recently, the Government announced a new regulatory framework to ensure i





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