Almost one in two councils (48%) is unable to provide care for everyone who requests it at the first point of asking, according to research conducted by Prestige Nursing + Care. Freedom of Information requests submitted to 103 UK councils for the period 1st – 31st January 2015 reveal almost half of Councils […]
Comment on Charity Commission ‘disappointed’ in actions of Camphill Village Trust Charity by Susanne Fuller
Thank you for reporting on this issue. It is awful to witness the dismantling of the social and cultural fabric this community by the CVT, and so distressing to feel utterly powerless to stop them.
Please keep reporting and highlighting this special c…
Comment on Charity Commission ‘disappointed’ in actions of Camphill Village Trust Charity by Bingbong
Thank you so much Care Industry News and Jackie Brook! Such an important issue must not be overlooked.
A molecule known as P8 could stop the build-up of a toxic protein in the brain which leads to Alzheimer’s disease, according to new research from the University of California San Diego published in PLOS One. Using mice engineered to develop the disease, researchers have developed and tested the novel compound, which reduces the production […]
Comment on Charity Commission ‘disappointed’ in actions of Camphill Village Trust Charity by Jackie Riis-Johannessen
For those who are not completely aware of all that has been going on and of CVT actions, there is a recent film put together which covers most of the story.
The tremendous support from Botton Buddies and action for Botton www.actionforbotton.org is a huge testimony to Botton’s place, integration and importance within the wider community in North Yorkshire.
Very good news for those who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia. Hope support is given to this Australian study that found a medication that treats ischemic stroke is also effective for treating Alzheimer’s. More tests are needed though, and they hope for more funding.
The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society has taken home the Green Award at the Toast of Surrey Business Awards following efforts to cut its carbon footprint and operate in a more environmentally friendly way. The Awards, run by the Surrey Advertiser and first held in 2009, bring together business leaders from across the county for a […]
Residents from the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution (RMBI) care home Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court in Mid Glamorgan have donated to three local charities. Residents presented Sister Gwyneth Poacher MBE, SRN, with a cheque for £250 to the Sandville Self Help Centre. The Centre helps the community in many ways including respite stays, massages […]
Embrace has announced its full support for the Purple Angels Campaign, which raises awareness of how to best support people living with dementia, as well as working to change perceptions about the condition. By supporting the campaign, Embrace commit to incorporating Purple Angel’s dementia guide as part of their on-going training programme with all staff. […]
Comment on Charity Commission ‘disappointed’ in actions of Camphill Village Trust Charity by Julian Over
Well, it’s about time, though I suppose it takes time to assess these things. Anyway, this is very good news – at last, a powerful and official organisation is weighing in and confronting CVT with its iniquities. One must hope that its officers are now held to account. This should be broadcast far and wide.