A pilot scheme that will signal the start of targeted, mass testing across Coventry is to start next week.
Most of us will provide unpaid care for someone who is older, disabled or seriously ill at some point in our lives.
Seven individual staff and teams in Adult Services have made it on to the shortlist for the prestigious Great British Care Awards (West Midlands).
Regional adoption ages ave joined forces to launch a nationwide recruitment campaign to raise awareness of adoption.
Carers across Coventry are to get extra support to help combat the extra pressures and demands bought on by Covid-19.
Councillors and other health partners have heard about the significant contribution made by Adult Social Care, working with other parts of the City Council to support vulnerable adults to date during Covid-19.
Healthwatch Coventry are looking for people based in Coventry and Warwickshire to share how COVID-19 is impacting their experience of health and social care.
A social enterprise in Coventry that provides essential rehabilitation for those with long-term heart, lung and circulation problems has received a major financial pledge to improve its facilities.
This week is Shared Lives Week - and to mark the event, read how Kerry and Damien, who both live in Shared Lives placements, have kept their incredible friendship going throughout lockdown.
Copthorne Lodge and Harry Caplan House have both rated ‘Outstanding’ in Well Led from the Care Quality Commission.
A leading Councillor has hit out as care workers continue to struggle to get the right personal protective equipment (PPE).
New measures on Coventry’s High Street will be introduced to help create more space for people to queue safely outside banks and building societies.
With an average age of 90 and a diagnosis of Dementia and various other underlying health conditions, the residents at Eric Williams House are in the very high-risk group from Covid 19.
The drive-through coronavirus testing facility at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry is to become a regional testing centre as part of the Government’s UK-wide drive to increase testing for thousands more NHS and other key workers, the Department of Health & Social Care has announced.
The Council is celebrating its Adult Services staff for their tireless work looking after some of the city’s most vulnerable residents.
Council, health, and police bosses are sending a clear message to Coventry residents ahead of the Easter bank holiday weekend – stay home, protect the NHS and save lives.
Despite the current challenges with the COVID – 19, Coventry Citizens Advice will continue to provide advice for those who need it despite their offices being closed to the public.
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