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Editorial Editor Alison Carter

Advertising Sales Director Gavin Nicholls

Account Director Clare Gapp

Account Manager Dean Walford

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CEO Mark Hanson

Hello there, I hope you’re well and enjoyed the festive break? I’d like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New Year.

Here at Tomorrow’s Care HQ we’ve been getting back into the swing of things after Christmas with our January issue.

In this edition we explore the ins and outs of Dementia Care with a piece from Alzheimer’s Society. The article shines a light on recent research showing the inadequacy of dementia training, with figures revealing only 2% of people affected by dementia feel homecare workers have enough training.

Elsewhere in this section DMH Stallard solicitors takes, a look at the grey areas associated with supporting those with varying needs, and advises how loved ones can ensure their relative is well looked after and doesn’t slip through the gaps.

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We hear from the HelpCare initiative, a group working on the recruitment and retention of care workers across UK, Greece, Italy, Poland and Bulgaria, who tell us more about their latest findings and the need for better formal education and training across the sector.

The Jumbulance Trust takes us on a whirlwind journey across the European hotspot destinations their beneficiaries have been on in 2016, from EuroDisney, Niederau, Lourdes, to Blackpool.

For more informative features, news and opinion pieces please stay tuned. See you again soon and enjoy the issue. Alison

Editor’s Voice

Alison Carter, Editor

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