Should South Asian Parents be in UK Care Homes?

October 4, 2021, By Somia R Bibi In Desi families, placing South Asian parents in care homes is taboo. DESIblitz investigates whether this perceptive needs to change. In Desi homes, the importance of family, care and togetherness remains strong. It is no secret that care homes have been a taboo topic across many South AsianContinue reading “Should South Asian Parents be in UK Care Homes?”

More than a service: the essence of social care

17th July 2021 by donald.macaskill writes…. Two colleagues, Dr Tara French and Imogen Caird, have this past week published what I consider to be one of the best papers on social care reform in Scotland that I have read for a very long time. ‘Time for Change: Conceptualising a National Care Framework’ is not longContinue reading “More than a service: the essence of social care”

Keeping the spirits up? A study about promoting good practice in relation to alcohol use in care homes for older people

In this blog Dr Sarah Wadd sets out her plan for a new care home study, funded by the National Institute for Health Research School for Social Care Research, which will explore issues around alcohol use in care homes. The questions they want to answer are:- What practices, rules and policies currently exist in relationContinue reading “Keeping the spirits up? A study about promoting good practice in relation to alcohol use in care homes for older people”

Values in Action – where rhetoric meets reality

Originally posted on Dr Heery:
In this blog I share my experience of being a parent to the wonderful, indefatigable Molly. We have read through it together, and she is happy for me to share it with you. Values are important. Not just in an abstract, theoretical way, but in driving the decisions we make…