CONTENTS Hello and welcome to the August/September issue of Tomorrow’s Care.

As the new editors of Tomorrow’s Care, we would like to duly thank our predecessor on the magazine, Georgie Whitworth, who worked incredibly hard to turn the title into one of the leading publications for the sector. We have tough shoes to fill, but we’ve already been overwhelmed by the support many have shown us. We will continue to provide some of the very best features around and keep you up to date on all the latest news and developments from around the industry.

Technology & Soſtware is the centre piece feature in this month’s issue. From Social-Ability’s Cover Story that explores the role technology can play in empowering staff, to Caternet’s focus on how eProcurement is reducing pressure and boosting efficiency in care homes, there’s an array of disparate ways technological advancements are supporting the industry as we move beyond the pandemic.

Enjoy the issue. CONTACTS

Editorial Editor Sarah Robinson

Editor Ryan Llyod

Advertising Sales Executive Clare Gapp

Production Production Director Hannah Wilkinson

Designer Daniel Etheridge

Sarah Robinson, Editor Ryan Lloyd, Editor

Designer Nigel Rice

COVER STORY 32SPREAD THE HAPPINESS 16IT’S MY LIFE The wellbeing of care workers should be on the agenda alongside the

welfare of care receivers, says John Ramsey, Founder and MD of Social-Ability. FEATURES

Here, we find out the incredible story of WWII veteran Ron Shelley who took to the skies to celebrate his 99th year in style.


Why is it so important to embed a culture of safeguarding within an

organisation? Rob Finney, Chief Operating Officer at Tristone Healthcare, takes a deep dive into an area that’s changed dramatically in recent years.

Skills for Care provides a brief guide on the digital solutions available to

support recruitment in the social care sector. 28TAKE CONTROL

Mark McCarthy, CFO at Caternet looks at how eProcurement is reducing pressure and boosting efficiency in care homes.

44PANDEMIC: MY CARE HOME DIARY Bob Skinner, a 94-year-old Cardiff man, has published a book describing

his life as a care home resident during the pandemic. Here, Tomorrow’s Care provides some extracts.


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