Post-pandemic: What changes will remain in place?

In the first of a series of interviews carried out for CHP by QCS, Daniel Casson, Digital Transformation Advisor, Care England, forecasts both the future challenges that the sector faces and the changes that will remain in place once the pandemic subsides. Grounds for optimism in the pandemic have been few and far between. But […]


Youngsters on the Isle of Wight have been supporting the elderly through the lockdown by getting creative and staying in touch – the old fashioned way. Students from three Island primary schools have been making cards, writing letters and creating paintings for elderly care home residents. Before the lockdown, some of the youngsters spent their […]

Thinking about students with disabilities in the pandemic

Ayse sounded very happy on the phone. “Now my friends are getting online education like me! Now I’m also a class member…” Ayse had a genetic disorder called epidermolysis bullosa, a rare and serious skin disorder. Getting the right environment for her to do a two-year computer programming course was a challenge. The director of her […]