Archive of: CRB
01 December 2016
EICA held a very successful breakfast meeting jointly with CPN on 29th November - this was extremely well attended by both EICA and CPN members.
PLease see attached the presentations given by Essex County Council and A1 Social Care Training for your information.
EICA do not accept any resposibility for any of the content of the presentations and they are both purely for information purposes only.
01 December 2016
Please see the latest newsletter from CQC for you information
16 November 2016
Please see the link below- a joint statement on Health & Social care funding and the forthcoming Autumn Statement. This document was published yesterday by the Kings Fund, Nuffield Trust and The Health Foundation.
27 October 2016
EICA and the CPN are pleased to invite you to a FREE pivotal Breakfast Networking Conference with Directors from Essex County Council who wish to consult with you on MATTERS that MATTER.
26 October 2016
Essex Independent Care Association are offering this innovative Management and Leadership Development programme FREE to EICA Members as part of our Member offer for 2016/17.
The course has been developed to meet the needs of the Health and Social Care Sector in Essex and offers a unique opportunity to raise esteem and competence within the sector.
20 September 2016
The review service is for a wide range of health and social care services including residential care homes, home care organisations, nursing homes, GP surgeries, etc
19 September 2016
The CQC have updated the code of practice that their staff will follow to obtain, handle, use and disclose confidential personal information
12 September 2016
Market shaping is not an activity undertaken just by local authority commissioners, says the Institute of Public Care’s Nic Rattle, and we need to recognise that.
01 September 2016
Plan to raise funds from national insurance as MPs from all parties demand action by Theresa May to solve cash crisis
17 August 2016
The financial pressure on older people and their families when trying to pay for social care is growing, with the average cost of a room in a care home now more than £30,000 a year.