Care England statement

Statement from Care England regarding COVID-19

Care England is doing its utmost to liaise with the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England, NHS Digital and other national bodies to ensure that each and every one of your specific queries is answered. By continuing this regular engagement, we are trying to work with the national bodies in finding out what the sector needs. There is a lot of misinformation being circulated at present and we would recommend that you rely on DHSC guidance. Care England circulates all national guidance when it is issued in our daily Policy Alerts, exclusive to Care England members. Please do cascade this information to your staff as appropriate. 

Please continue to send all COVID-19 related questions and concerns to so we can continue to raise such questions with central government. The media is very interested in the impact of COVID-19 on care homes. Please be aware that you can pass any media queries to Care England

Adult Social Care Sector: The Second Wave and Beyond

 click here to download document 14.07.2020

On the 14th July 2020, Care England hosted a webinar which dealt with the prospect of a second wave and what can be done to avert it. But also, what longer term reforms are necessary in order to ensure the sustainability of the adult social care sector. Professor Martin Green, Chief Executive of Care England and the Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, former Health Minister, both offered their views on what have been some of the key lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic thus far. The event was kindly sponsored by Towergate Insurance.  Click here to watch webinar

No10 Press Conference 16.04.2020 (Ben Kentish, LBC asking about care homes, Dominic Raab, Secretary of State noted Care England) Click here to watch video