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Editorial Editor Sarah Robinson sarah@opusbm.co.uk


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Editor’s Voice


Hello and welcome to the October/November issue of Tomorrow’s Care.


As I write, World Mental Health Day is fast approaching (Sunday 10th October) and, whilst mental health has justly received increasing amounts of awareness in recent years, it has been in the spotlight even more so recently as the pressures of the pandemic pose a considerable threat to mental wellbeing. For many employees in the health and social care sector, where work can be challenging and mentally demanding at the best of times, coping with the pressures caused by the pandemic has put a huge strain on their mental health. Tomorrow’s Care would like to encourage anyone who feels overwhelmed to reach out to employers, friends and family – having someone to talk to is oſten the best thing you can do for yourself.


In this issue, we have a dedicated feature section on Health and Safety, with insight from Hochiki Europe who brought together industry experts for a roundtable focussing on the requirements and opportunities on life safety in care homes. The virtual conversation explored how the people responsible for keeping residents and care givers safe can work together, sharing knowledge and ideas to improve standards and best practice. It’s a feature full of information and advice, that’s essential for those working in the industry.


Elsewhere, we caught up with Philip Mayling, Director of MKG Foods, to find out why food is such an important factor in the treatment and care of dementia patients in our Food & Drink feature, whilst Tork manufacturer Essity considers the ways of configuring the care home washroom to ensure residents can use it comfortably, confidently and with dignity.


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Enjoy the issue.


Sarah Robinson, Editor


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