(LONDON) #Coronavirus Care Homes Report: At least 62% of homes have reported not a single case of #COVID19 but 38% have had both early problems with applying lockdown or adhering to the correct procedure required to provide protection within the environment for vulnerable adults as many private home providers have blamed government for this problem #AceHealthDesk reports

#AceHealthReport – May.23: Editor says……..before many people apply blame in this #pandemic l have both research information from both parts of the U.K. firstly locally in Warwickshire one particular home group that has not one case and has applied all measures and also provides total PPE protection including scrubs and from another care provider who has told me and visits homes in parts of the North that advises of total lack of protecting care home residents …This is a tale of two parts and the government is under immense pressure to provide all that’s needed to satisfy everyone …but its up to all of us to do our part and not blame it on others without first checking the facts: Be safe friends, Readers and Followers God Bless 🙏’s

#Coronavirus Care Homes Report: #COVID19 Provisions to Care Homes from hospital and into the community:

Who this is for………

GOVUK says this page aims to answer frequently asked questions from registered providers, social care staff, local authorities and commissioners who support and deliver care to people in their own homes, including supported living settings, in England: In this pandemic, we appreciate that home care providers are first and foremost looking after the people in their care and frequently doing so under pressures of staff absence due to sickness or isolation requirements.

As part of the national effort, the care sector plays a vital role in looking after people as they are discharged from hospital – both because recuperation is better at home, and because hospitals need to have enough beds to treat acutely sick people: Not all of this information is new, but aims to be a helpful resource that brings together all guidance related to coronavirus and home care in one place.

The guidance below has been informed by discussions with provider representative groups and many of the webinars that have been held to provide support to organisations working in health and social care during the coronavirus response: It will be reviewed and updated as further feedback is received and as the government and other agencies continue to refresh guidance.

‘ By home care, we mean domiciliary care agencies that provide personal care (and sometimes other support) to people living in their own homes, whatever form this may take, which is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) ‘

‘ This is delivered by domiciliary care agencies, supported living and extra care housing services: These agencies vary significantly in size, scope, and the people that they care for: Most of these work with older adults, including adults with dementia: Others work with younger disabled adults, and some also work with children. Packages of care may be provided via the traditional route or as part of a third party or notional personal, personal health, or joint personal budget ‘

Many adults and older people require support in their own homes: This is essential to maintain an individual’s health, wellbeing and independence within their own community:

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