The Care Quality Commission began operating in 2009 as the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England (replacing the Healthcare Commission, the Commission for Social Care Inspection and the Mental Health Act Commission). The Care Quality Commission check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting government standards.
We offer more than employments here at Nubah Social Care. Appreciate a compensating profession with us. We’re not kidding about making UK Home Care Services an extraordinary work environment. You can advance your vocation with us while getting a charge out of the remunerating background of having a genuine effect to the a great many British we work nearby. We offer abilities subsidised capabilities, secondment openings, preparing, web based learning and study help. We additionally give an Employee Assistance Program to help our staff, whatever difficulties life brings. The free, secret and expert directing administration is accessible to all staff and their close families. Keeping up an awesome work culture makes for glad staff, so you’ll discover a workplace where correspondence and joint effort, development and a regard for decent variety are among the qualities we encourage at UK Home Care Services. We likewise know how to esteem our staff. Our pay bundling game plans and worker benefits, permitting way of life rebates to retail and amusement alternatives, balances the ways we make UK Home Care Services a remunerating work environment in more routes than one. Job opening in East London come up consistently. Discover more about joining our bundle […]
There is growing evidence to suggest health and lifestyle factors like staying mentally active, eating a healthy diet and maintaining social connections can help protect against dementia, among other positive benefits. Dementia can affect your memory, cognition and behaviour. Small changes to your daily activities can help reduce your risk or lessen the severity of any symptoms you may be experiencing. Our tips below are simple changes you can make to lead a happier, healthier day. Challenge your brain Keeping your brain active with new activities helps to build new brain cells and strengthen connections between them. It can also help your brain keep working when some brain cells are damaged or die. Increase your mental activity by: Continuing to work in a mentally challenging role Playing bingo, bridge, Sudoku or puzzles Learning a new language, computer skills or completing a course. Luminosity is also a fun way to keep your brain active using neuroscience, gaming and visual arts to create fun online activities to keep you thinking. Social technology programme can help you learn computer and internet skills, as well as help you get started with some fun brain activities. Get social Maintaining your social connections provides mental stimulation, emotional […]
Nubah Social Care stepped into three years. We would like to ‘THANKS’ all of our beloved care workers, support workers, care management team, training department, service users, best well-wisher, local authorities and NHS for all the support over the years.We are extremely proud of our front-line colleagues’ care Hero’s up and down the country and very moved by the stories of extraordinary dedicati
1. INTRODUCTION: The current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which began in December 2019, presents a significant challenge for the entire world. The UK government and the devolved administrations, including the health and social care systems, have planned extensively over the years for an event like this, and the UK is therefore well prepared to respond in a way that offers substantial protection to the public. Of course, this is a new virus, and new technology and the increasing connectivity of our world mean that our plans need to be kept up to date, to reflect that illnesses – and news and information about them – travel much more quickly today than even 10 years ago. Recognising the respective roles and responsibilities of the UK government and devolved administrations, this document sets out what the UK as a whole has already done and plans to do further to tackle the current coronavirus outbreak, based on our wealth of experience dealing with other infectious diseases and our influenza pandemic preparedness work. The exact response to COVID-19 will be tailored to the nature, scale and location of the threat in the UK, as our understanding of this develops. This document sets out: · […]