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How Does Technology Answer the Changing Needs of Local Authorities?

Local Authority Social Care Challenges

20th September 2018

Richard Turner, Managing Director at PPP Taking Care, has given his take on how technology can address the challenges Local Authorities face in supporting the elderly at home while managing increasingly stretched budgets.
Read the Local Authority News article online

Let's Take a Minute To Appreciate Grandparents

Grandparents Day 7th October

18th September 2018

For many of us, grandparents are the family’s anchor. So if you have grandparents in your life, take a minute to appreciate them. Countless thousands of people take part in Grandparents’ Day, going to fundraising parties or just sharing family recipes.
Let's celebrate Grandparents Day and role of grandparents play in families.

Celebrating 70 Years of Social Care

Social care challenges

4th September 2018

The NHS has rightly been celebrated as a national treasure at 70 years old. But the 1940s also saw the start of the welfare state and social care. We look at its achievements - and the challenges social care faces today.
Read about the changing face of social care

The Changing Tide of Care

Local government care

1st August 2018

With in-home adult social care under pressure from all sides, PPP Taking Care's Managing Director, Richard Turner, has been talking to Local Gov News about how technology can help local authorities ease the strain.
Read about the challenges local authorities face supporting the elderly at home

Hot Weather Safety Advice For Older Adults

Hot Weather Safety Advice For Older Adults

15th June 2018

For older people, the dangers from a cold snap are crystal-clear. But when the temperature goes the other way, it’s easy to forget there are just as many health risks.
Find out what you can do to stay safe in the summer

Small Steps For a Dementia Friendly Home

Make a home more dementia friendly

11th June 2018

It's hard to know what you can do to keep your loved ones safe in their home if they have dementia. We look at some small steps you can take as a start.
Read about adapting a home for a dementia sufferer

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