It’s been a busy week as far as the country is concerned. With the general election finally over and with the conservatives winning a majority, it seems likely that a Brexit deal good or bad, however which way you look at it is likely to be reached in the not too distant future.
Since June of this year, we have been posting on our blog about how Brexit could be harming the health and social care sector, with everything at a deadlock in parliament it meant less time to debate on the vital issues that surround the crisis inside our health and social care services, further harming the sector.
If a Brexit deal can be reached this means we can now finally start to look at improving the crisis inside our social care system. In June 2019 we pointed out to our readers that by 2034 there would be a need for a further 20,000 carers in Wales by 2030, this is going to add further strain on the health and social care sector unless solutions to carer shortages are found.
It is also a fact that by 2034 there will be an extra 100,000 people living into their eighties, which again is going to provide further strain on the care system, from people needing more care especially more specific care. Earlier this month we posted about dementia care patients, and how they are going to increase in the future, these types of illness are only going to demand more from our health and social care services, so it is important that solutions are found now to help manage these increases in the future.
ProCare Nursing offer affordable care packages
Yes, there is a lot going on in our country when it comes to health and social care, but if you need private care for a loved one or for family members then get in touch we can help. We are a health and social care agency that has over 20 years’ experience delivering care to service users in their homes, care homes, secure units and within the NHS.
We have award-winning carers and have won prestigious awards at the Wales Care Awards. Pictured furthest right we have one of our most senior care support workers who received the award for “Excellence in Dementia Care” in 2017.
We train all of our carers internally with all of the latest health and social care training. We ensure all of our carers get the personal development reviews and support they need; this only equips our carers to deliver the very best care to service users. Here are a few photos taken of course participants learning all of the latest health and social care material.
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Get in touch if you have any care requirements we can help. We have all of the facilities and carers with years of experience to ensure that your care requirements are met to the highest standards. Our contact details are displayed below.
Tel: 029 2025 0611