The Rising Demand for Adult Social Care in the UK: Challenges and Solutions

In the UK, the demand for adult care services is experiencing a steady rise, driven by an ageing population, changing demographics, and advancements in medical care that have extended life expectancy. This surge poses significant challenges for policymakers, caregivers, and healthcare providers. Addressing these challenges requires an approach that combines innovation, technology, and community engagement.

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The latest news and updates within care and our community

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    Can adult social care improve mental health?

    Adult social care can have a significant impact on mental health. There are several factors to receiving care that can positively influence both the person receiving care and the surrounding family.

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      Diving into Conference Season

      As we enter Spring, care industry professionals and institutions share ideas and create new connections. This month, our team have had the opportunity to attend The National Care Forum managers' conference and the Devon Care Homes Collaborative and Care Week Birmingham event to showcase the new features coming soon to Pairly Pro and highlight the need for real-time availability for potential care leads.

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        Coming soon to Pairly Pro! March 2024 Update

        As we move into Spring, our development team have been working extremely hard to bring you the latest version of Pairly Pro. I am pleased to say that Pairly Pro 2.0 is now in the testing phase and we hope to bring you all the latest benefits in April 2024.

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          What is the difference between residential care homes and nursing care homes?

          In the search for care you may see the terms “residential care” and “nursing care” but what is the difference? While both offer long-term, short-term and respite stays there are a few differences, one of the main ones being that with nursing care you always have a qualified nurse on staff. If you are wondering which care home will best suit your, or a loved one's needs, here are the other differences that can help you make an informed decision.

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            Meet Jacob! Our Business Development Manager

            With a career spanning nearly 11 years within the care sector, Jacob has embraced a variety of roles – starting as a Support Worker for adults with autism and learning disabilities and progressing into positions such as Operations Manager and Business Development Manager.