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14 Time for care technology to be seen as mainstream The Rt Hon Paul Burstow, chairman of the Social Care Institute for Excellence and care minister in the 2010-2015 coalition government, explains why digital technology in care settings should be viewed as core to daily operations


19 Five technology trends improving resident care Tony Fossella, wi-fi solutions architect at Bedford-based Cable Management Warehouse, provides a useful overview of wi-fi-enabled technologies available to care homes


23 Developing care home leaders during a pandemic Sean Gavin of Hartford Care explains how the organisation’s leadership development programme has benefited its care home managers while facing the numerous challenges of the past year


27 Upskilling care staff during a pandemic Maria Mallaband Care Group head of learning and development Alyson Thompson explains how the care provider overcame barriers to continue staff training that was disrupted during the pandemic


31 How can we improve life safety in care homes? A summary of a roundtable – hosted by fire detection and emergency lighting manufacturer Hochiki Europe - focused on the requirements and opportunities around life safety in care homes


35 Covid implications for care home health & safety Brett Edwards, health & safety director of Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution Care Company and a member of the national executive team at National Association for Safety and Health in Care Services (NASHiCS), looks back at the impact of the pandemic in relation to the care workplace


39 A guide to care home specialist seating Rebecca Dunstall, a physiotherapist and clinical specialist at CareFlex, explains why good sitting posture is important for care resident wellbeing and sets out the main considerations for care home seating


43 Why a garden is a mirror of care culture Debbie Carroll and Mark Rendell of Step Change Design explore the possible impacts of the pandemic on different care cultures and how this may have resulted in changes to the way they have engaged with their outside spaces, both in the short and longer term


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