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Hello and welcome to the January issue of Tomorrow’s Care! I hope that you all enjoyed the festive period, whether you were able to


have some time off or spent it caring for others. As we enter a new decade, we prepare ourselves for an immeasurable number of changes to society as a whole, but particularly within the health and social care sectors. At Tomorrow’s Care, we will once again strive to bring you all of the latest


updates as they happen, across all of our platforms, as well as insightful comment on current events from sector experts.


Whilst reflecting on, in my opinion, the whirlwind that was 2019, one of my favourite professional highlights has been the opportunity to share the incredible life stories of care home residents through the new ‘It’s My


Life’ feature. Although this is still a fairly new addition to the magazine, we have already heard some amazing accounts from the likes of Mark Raffles, who recently retired from magic at the age of 97, and veteran charity


worker Rita Upchurch MBE, who was recognised for her tireless efforts to improve the lives of those with facial disfigurements. Continuing on from this, we are grateful to Gisela Feldman and Sonja Sternberg for sharing their astonishing story with us. The two sisters fled from Nazi Germany on SS St Louis- a trip that would be later referred to as the ‘Voyage of the Dammed’. Upon eventually settling in Manchester, Sonja and Gisela


have since dedicated their lives to Holocaust Education. Stories like these reaffirm my belief that those residing in our care homes today are some of the most astonishing people we will ever come across, which is why it is so important to share and celebrate their legacies now.


Elsewhere in the issue, we have plenty of expert advice covering topics from buying land for a care home, to encouraging those living with


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dementia to eat and drink. We’ve also got Kev Popat, from Right at Home Solent, in the hotseat as he answers our Ten Questions.


Happy reading! Editor’s Voice


Georgie Whitworth, Editor


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