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Radfield Home Care Limited - Shrewsbury & Oswestry
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Award-winning #BCorp #Homecare company in Shropshire built on an outstanding reputation that provides care services to the elderly #DaretoCare
Award-winning #BCorp #Homecare company in Shropshire built on an outstanding reputation that provides care services to the elderly #DaretoCare

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Radfield Home Care is also Recruiting for Home Care Supervisor Jobs, vacancies in Shrewsbury #DareToCare #CareJobs #Vacancies.

Get in Touch to Understand How Radfield Cares for Carers?

https://goo.gl/BCU5Td
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Radfield Home Care is Recruiting for Home Care Assistant Jobs, vacancies in Shrewsbury #DareToCare #CareJobs #Vacancies.

Get in Touch to Understand How Radfield Cares for Carers?

https://goo.gl/MeB88F
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Radfield Home Care are proud to be part of the Social Care Commitment ‪#‎SCCWeek‬ which is a pledge made by social care services to provide high quality care and support to those who need it.
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NICE is creating its first ever guidance for home care.There has been lots of talk about integrating health and social care so it is nice to see something tangible start to happen.

http://www.theguardian.com/social-care-network/2014/sep/02/service-users-carers-homecare-blueprint?CMP=new_1194
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It's Falls Awareness week and Radfield Home Care have created a Falls Prevention Guide that can be downloaded from our website http://ow.ly/ydwMv
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We are all in red today in the Radfield Home Care Shrewsbury office in aid of British Heart Foundation #rampup
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We are thrilled that the Mayoress of Stafford is attending on Friday for Dignity Action Day and to officially open our new Stafford office
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Has anyone received the NHS leaflet through the post 'Better Information Means Better Care'?

I have to say I nearly mistook it for junk mail and I retrieved it from the bin just in time! If you did miss it then it is really important to know what is happening as this is arguably 'the biggest transformation of the way the NHS handles our confidential data for decades.'

The leaflet explains how the NHS is going to collect all the medical information that they hold about you from your GP to go onto a centralised database. The information will include your NHS number (a unique identifier), and other information such as your date of birth and postcode.

With all of this data there will be good things that come from it in terms of knowing more information about health variations across the country which could be used to plan health services more effectively.

However there are implications of allowing your data to be collected as in time it will be made available to third parties e.g. pharmaceutical and insurance companies possibly at a price.

If you wish to allow your data to be included you don't need to do anything as this will automatically happen in March. If however you do not wish to then you must contact your GP surgery and tell them that you wish to opt out.

http://ind.pn/1f9dSSR
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