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CONTENTS COVER STORY 16 6


FEELS LIKE HOME Familiarity is essential to helping people adjust to care


REGULARS


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settings when they need extra support, says Professor Martin Green OBE.


WHAT’S NEW Our updates section is bursting with the latest care sector news, company developments and product and service releases.


KEEBLES ON THE CASE: THE LEGAL LESSONS OF 2020 In the final instalment from law firm Keebles LLP,


Catherine Wilson discusses the key legal lessons care home professionals have learnt whilst working through COVID-19.


IT’S MY LIFE Read war veteran Bunny’s incredible story of how he was reunited with an old friend aſter 75 years.


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CLEANING AND HYGIENE


A CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH Kärcher’s Daniel Took identifies the different


considerations to make in all areas of a hospital to ensure a thorough and effective cleaning routine.


CLEANING AND HYGIENE DURING THE ‘SECOND WAVE’ How are cleaning and hygiene regimes being managed


to keep residents safe as we face a rise in COVID-19 cases once again, asks Essity’s Liam Mynes?


STAFF WEARABLES


SECURING SAFETY As new laws mark a turning point in protecting staff


from attacks, the experts at Pinpoint discuss why there is still much more that needs to be done.


FINANCE & LEGAL


FROM DISTRESS TO SUCCESS As many care companies face financial challenges


during this testing time, Chris Newell, from business advisory firm Quantuma, advises on how best to address any financial issues and stabilise your business.


CARE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT


MANAGING THROUGH WINTER Mark Kennion, of HAS Technology, discusses why using


care planning and management technology is more beneficial than ever for care providers this year.


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COVID PRESSURES ON CARE HOMES: AN EVOLVING CONCERN


As care facilities adapt to the evolving pressures caused by the current pandemic, Care 4 Quality’s Andy Fairman addresses the considerations that need to be made to enable them to cope as the situation progresses.


ALL HEROES WEAR MASKS Find out how creative therapy is helping to make the


enforced mask-wearing less daunting for vulnerable children as they adapt to new school procedures.


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PLAN AHEAD Putting plans and solutions in place ahead of time is


essential to support vulnerable people to live independently for longer, Oysta Technology’s Mario Zuccaro explains.


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