nursing home

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an institution where people are cared for

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Analysis of long-term care homes development pipeline.
An independent Cardiff University School of Pharmacy study of six of the care homes involved has found that as well as significant staff time spent on medicines management, on average each care home was carrying around PS500 of overstocked medicines.
But the JRF warned that the extra costs will come in when many care homes are already under financial pressure.
Energy stood out as the second most significant cost for care homes with the top spot being taken by staff costs.
It's the calibre of staff that make a care home somewhere that people are happy to live, so we will be hand picking a team of experienced people and supporting them with continuous training and a good career plan.
This is an appalling iniquity and travesty of justice: "Therefore, is it too much to ask our political masters in the Welsh Assembly that our elderly people living in care homes, many of whom are war veterans who were prepared to risk their lives for us all, and who are all extremely vulnerable, surely all deserve nothing less than adequate protective legislation in their care homes in the twilight of their lives?
We always love welcoming visitors and find that when people see our home, they question any preconceptions they may have had about care homes.
Liz Jones, customer relations officer for the Hill Care Group, said: "The residents at our care homes are not as mobile as they used to be, but shorter walks and a sponsored wheelchair push allowed us to run our own fundraising events.
Clinical negligence expert Dr Victoria Handley, from Liverpool-based Handley Law, said her firm was dealing with a growing number of lawsuits from the families of mistreated care home residents.
Care Home Support Services is a new venture set up to help people searching for a care home.
According to Mario Kreft, the honorary chief executive of Care Forum Wales which speaks on behalf of most of the private care homes in Wales, the closure was symptomatic of the wider problems in the care sector.
Your relative may have specific medical needs and the care home must demonstrate it can meet these needs, but in addition there are other aspects to consider.
Jane McCready, chairwoman of the Royal College Of Nursing in Edinburgh, said that nearly half of all registered care home staff are over 50 and are close to retirement.
The Government should urgently examine these findings and act now to improve training and retention of care home staff.
This acquisition represents Retirement REIT's 19th long term care home in the northeast U.