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Get up to speed on regulations without slowing down

In the care homes sector, it can sometimes feel like not a month goes past without some new piece of legislation being published. But help is at hand. Business Companion, a resource for free, impartial and authoritative business advice, has produced a series of handy booklets designed to distil the Read the full article…

Social value: What it is and how can it help your care business?

For any care provider bidding for contracts from local authorities or other public sector organisations, social value is, or at least should be, an important consideration. It is a requirement in every care tender we see now, and the weighting allocated to social value is increasing all the time. This Read the full article…

The benefits of genealogical research in the care sector

Genealogists exist to identify and locate people whose identity is generally unknown. They operate in a number of different sectors, including social care. Here, Fraser and Fraser explore the importance of genealogical research to the care sector and discuss the benefits it can bring. There are three main areas where Read the full article…

How easy is digitalisation in social care?

With the ageing population, funding crisis and staff shortages, the care sector is desperate for efficiency and quality aids. In this respect, digitalisation is an important avenue for social care to explore. Some might say this is an easy enough road to take and at Sekoia, we agree with them. Read the full article…

Cats, dogs and CQC registration

Neil Grant and Michael Curtis QC reflect on the Care Quality Commission’s imminent proposal to widen the definition of a registered provider to include parent companies and management companies, asking: is CQC, a statutory agency, trying to be a law maker? The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a bold organisation Read the full article…