The Carer

There are 2 million social care workers and 7 million more unpaid carers in the UK today. With each carer supporting at least one person, over a quarter of the UK population is either providing or receiving care without a hospital every day. The daily impact of care is even greater, given the significant number of family members of those working in or receiving care, as well as the suppliers and employees that assist the sector across the UK.

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Care Home Professional

everyLIFE Technologies chairman Robin Batchelor and Care England CEO Care England Martin Green have given CHP a sneak preview of the CARE badge, a new initiative designed to provide a unifying symbol of pride and quality for paid and unpaid care workers that will officially launch at the Residential & Home Care Show at ExCeL, London June 26.

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Home Care Insight

Two social care organisations have come up with a novel way to recognise the 8.6 million paid and informal carers in the UK, giving them a means to express their solidarity and a sense of pride in what they do.

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Care Sector Hub

It’s time to raise the public profile of social care and recognise the 9 million care workers and carers helping others across the UK today.

Over a quarter of the UK population is either providing or receiving care outside of a hospital environment every day. We know the amazing work carers do, often behind the scenes, in all weathers and with no regard for public holidays. But, do others?

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Care Management Matters

The CARE Badge is an initiative designed to bring together social care as a unified sector, who are proud to support people to live the lives they choose. It is designed for anyone involved in care, from Chief Executives and Government ministers to family carers and volunteers.

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Thank you very much for your interest in the CARE badge.

As you may have heard, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care announced the proposal for widespread adoption of the CARE badge brand in his press briefing recently and the response we have received from this has been very positive.

The CARE badge brand rights have now been transferred to the Secretary of State for Health & Social Care.

To prevent the possible lopsided distribution of both CARE badges and information about their use, we have halted issuing badges and associated logos until the necessary new details are finalised.

Best wishes and stay safe.

The CARE badge CIC board