Resources

Resources » news

Skills for Care launch campaign to promote benefits of training for care staff

Skills for Care are launching a campaign to inspire care staff to pursue training and development opportunities to advance their careers
News, Blog

Care providers losing half a million a year on recruitment delays

New research reveals that 97% of organisations in the health and care sector are experiencing delays in the recruitment process that are severely affecting business
News, Blog

Cyber security measures to take to keep your care home safe

What are the cyber security measures you need to take to ensure care home data is kept safe and secure?
News, Blog

Person Centred Software acquires DepenSys, leading dependency and staffing tool for care homes

PCS acquires DepenSys, a leading dependency and staffing tool, helping care homes calculate staffing requirements based on residents' needs.
News, Blog

Person Centred Software partners with nooa to improve care home communication

Discover how new Person Centred Software partner nooa helps to streamline and improve care home communication with its integrated platform
News, Blog

Did you miss our recent webinar covering the latest updates about the new CQC single assessment framework? 

Watch our informative webinar recording for a detailed update on the new CQC single assessment framework and how to prepare for the new inspection process.
News

Person Centred Software wins the Care Sector Supplier Awards 2023 

Person Centred Software won the best 'assistive technology' award and is recognised as the best care software and services provider.
News

Skills for Care running campaign to increase understanding of digital technology in care sector

The Skills for Care campaign, called Improving Digital Confidence, aims to boost the understanding of digital technology for those working in social care
News

Malnutrition in the UK costs the NHS and care sector £22 billion per year

A recent study has highlighted the significant issue malnutrition in the UK is causing for the NHS and the care sector, both in economic terms and in quality of life
News, Blog