ALBERT Mott from Garnant in Wales is encouraging other men to sign up to become carers and break the stereotype that a position in care is more suited to women (June, 2018).
A LEADING training provider is winning funding in Wales for domiciliary care companies so they can up-skill their employees and boost staff retention (June, 2018)
CERI O’SULLIVAN has recently (June, 2018) joined an award-winning care company in Ystradgynlais as one of its new Regional Managers.
AN AWARD-WINNING care agency is offering its advice on the importance of healthy eating to the elderly as part of BNF (British Nutrition Foundation) Healthy Eating Week this month (June, 2018).
A CAMPAIGN to help raise awareness for carers from all over Wales and the important role they play will take place next month (June, 2018).
A Cyprus property agency is being investigated after an apartment owned by a UK family was occupied without their permission.
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Residents at a South Wales care home will be clinking champagne flutes with senior royals as they host their own royal wedding in honour of Prince Harry and Meghan.
PEOPLE from Wales who would like more information on dementia or have any questions regarding care can drop into a care provider’s offices this month (May, 2018) for free advice.
DEAN Billington from Cardiff has been appointed as Operations Manager for Wales for a company specialising in helping Welsh care organisations access their apprenticeship levy pot and upskill their staff (May, 2018).
A care manager from Swansea has been rewarded for her exceptional work over 20 years.
STAFF at an award-winning Welsh care agency are urging people from the country to put down their mobile phones and tablets and hand write more letters (April, 2018).