In Boris Johnson’s first speech as Prime Minister today he has stated that his government will work towards ending the the social care crisis in the UK. Boris Johnson also stated that every older person deserve’s the right to dignity and security and should not have to fear selling their home to fund care costs in later life.
Boris Johnson also stated that there will be 20 new hospital upgrades and ensure that any increased funding will get to front line NHS services.
This all sound’s promising so far but we will have to wait and see what the future holds, over the last three weeks we have been talking about Brexit and the negative affect it is having on the health and social care sector.
The UK is due to leave the EU on the 31st of October 2019, thats 99 days to secure a deal with the EU, so you can bet your life for the next 99 days the political atmosphere once again is going to be dominated by Brexit, this again means home affairs are likely to take a back seat once again.
You can still count on ProCare Nursing to deliver first class social care
We are an award winning care agency and have over 20 years experience working in the health and social care sector. We have over 100 employees all committed and dedicated in delivering high quality care in our local communities in Wales and Cardiff.
We train all of our care support workers in-house ensuring quality control of the care training being taught. We teach carers how to deliver first class care equipping them with the skills needed to work in challenging care environments.
We also teach a Prevention Management Violence and Aggression course. This course teaches restraining techniques and how to diffuse conflict in care environments, this keeps both the carer and the service user safe. Here are photos of a recent course undertaken by new and existing carers.
Even though social care is in crisis in the UK our agency are still maintaining high standards of care. ProCare Nursing is a care agency you can trust and rely on ensuring your loved ones get the care they deserve helping improve quality of life.
Whatever your thoughts are about our new Prime Minister Boris Johnson and what was said in his speech, strap in tight and lets see if he can deliver on Brexit and eventually turn attention back to home affairs fixing the health and social care crisis in Wales and the rest of the UK.