As one of the United Kingdom’s leading social care entrepreneurs and renowned sector experts, Ravi Bains is a shining example of how hard work and community values can lead to business success.
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Earlier this year, the Government automatically extended NHS and social care visas due to expire by October 1st for 12 months. However, now that this
Grosvenor Health and Social Care is delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist for the Homecare Award at the LaingBuisson Awards 2020. The LaingBuisson
Ravi features in Care Management Matters magazine, where he discusses racism and inequalities in the social care sector, and how we can address these issues.
Earlier this week, the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), University College London (UCL) and the Centre for Ageing Better released a study indicating that
Earlier this week Home Secretary, Priti Patel MP, announced details of what the UK’s points-based immigration system will look like once it comes into effect
Pride Month officially drew to a close earlier this week, but the coronavirus pandemic meant that members of the LGBTQ+ community have had to celebrate
Earlier this week, Public Health England published a report which revealed that the risk of dying among those diagnosed with Covid-19 is higher in those
Following the Government reshuffle, Matt Hancock has retained his position as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and Helen Whatley has been appointed
Ravi features in this month’s HealthInvestor where he discusses some of the challenges facing social care and what the Government can do to improve England’s
Ravi Bains features in Care Management Matters magazine, where he discusses how embracing diversity can lead to better BAME representation in leadership roles. Perhaps it
In an aim to bridge the technology gap between the NHS and social care, local authorities are set to receive £4.5m in order to develop
The Scottish government has announced the UK’s first integrated health and social care workforce plan. Created in partnership with COSLA (the Convention of Scottish Local