Twofold increase in ambulance delays demonstrates a service 'pushed to the brink'
Recent figures obtained by the Labour party under a freedom of information request, show that current ambulance handover targets are failing, with a dramatic rise in the number of patients stuck in ambulances outside hospitals.
Charities condemn Government 'sleep-in' back-pay scheme as 'suicide note'
Care providers have been given a year to identify how much back-pay they owe ‘sleep-in’ care workers, and a further three months to pay off the arrears, under a new scheme set out by the Government.
Council delays leave man with Parkinson's bed-bound
A man with Parkinson’s disease was bed-ridden for the last month of his life because his council failed to provide him with specialist equipment, the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has found.
Too many 'left in limbo' as mental health detention requests hit record high
The number of applications to detain people with mental health issues, dementia or learning difficulties for their own safety has reached the highest level on record.
Caring husband learns how to apply his wife's make-up before she goes blind
An elderly man has become an internet sensation after taking regular make-up classes, so he can learn to do his wife’s make-up before she turns blind.
Latest News from Network Care at Home:
Network Healthcare awarded ISO 9001Date Posted: 20/01/2017
Our Swindon office is ranked Good in CQC inpectionDate Posted: 23/12/2016
Christmas cheer as care service is ranked Good in inspection
New office premises for Network Healthcare BirminghamDate Posted: 23/12/2016
Our Birmingham office has moved to Hagley Court
Christmas cheer as care service is ranked Good in inspectionDate Posted: 23/12/2016
Swindon branch received Good in CQC inspection
Network Health & Social Care wins GCPA "Carer of the Year Awards" 2016Date Posted: 23/12/2016