Coronavirus doctor

Coronavirus. Deaths at care homes in the UK. Why live in care is the safest option?

Elderly remaining in care homes are at very high risk of dying due to coronavirus infection. Nowadays live in care is regarded as the safest care option for seniors over 65 years old.
Immigrants in Brexit

The Government withdraws policy paper on no deal immigration arrangements after Brexit

Controversial policy paper on no deal immigration arrangements for EU citizens arriving after Brexit presented by Government’s Migration Advisory Committee was withdrawn on on 13 March 2020. Low-skilled workers are to remain in England.
Care companies at risk

Coronavirus crisis will leave care companies vulnerable

Many of us fear for our health and safety amid the coronavius outbreak. However, we must remember that older people are the most vulnerable. The majority of them need a constant care. It turns out, that care companies are facing bankruptcy.
Carers after Brexit UK

Post Brexit concerns. Care worker shortage due to points-based immigration

All indicates that in 2021 the crisis in British elderly care will be even worse. Government wants to end freedom of movement by banning low-skilled workers to enter the country.
Care home coronavirus

Coronavirus at care home in Brighton. Facility is on lockdown

Conditions in care homes in the UK has been rapidly deteriorating. Last week nursing home in Brighton had to be closed to all visitors, because of the visit from healthcare worker diagnosed with coronavirus.
Social Care in UK

New Government must fix social care as per PM Boris Johnson promises

Prime Ministers Boris Johnson most notable announcement was that he would tackle the social care crisis. Now the Government has to deliver on the PM’s promises. Unfortunately this has proved more difficult than anticipated.
senior using a walker

Poor standard of care homes

In some areas of the country, the standard of home beds in care…
writing letter

Letter to MP Caroline Dinenage – Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care

At Veritas Care we are very concerned with the current issues that are affecting the social care sector in the UK. Therefore, we have written a letter to MP Caroline Dinenage - a Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care.
elderly people and bills

Social care in the UK: pre-Brexit concerns

The current situation of social care in the UK is not an easy one. Many problems need to be quickly resolved. Currently, everything is overshadowed by Brexit. We are missing green paper - a document that would regulate the troubled sector. The long-awaited green paper is still being postponed.
green paper

The forthcoming Green Paper - would it solve all social care problems?

The forthcoming Green Paper is a long-awaited document where…