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Our Care Advisers are expert care specialists with unrivalled knowledge of the care system, care options and care providers.
Using Independent Care Advice means you don't spend hours researching care providers, or waste time visiting unsuitable care providers or wading through hospital red tape. You can make the best use of your time - for work, supporting family members, liaising effectively with health and social care professionals, visiting good care providers and making the best choices.
Care Adviser Louise shares some helpful advice
The National Care Conference covers topics from living with dementia to the future of social care
In this age of information overload, talking to an experienced Care Adviser can really help
Investment in training for domiciliary carers benefits clients and hospitals
Care Adviser Meryl shares a positive initiative from health and social care professionals
Grace can help you find a live-in care agency to suit your relative’s needs
Your health and work/life balance are important too
IEP Care combines estate planning with independent care advice
Manifesto promises may seem confusing but Grace Consulting can help guide you through any changes
Many people need to find care quickly when they have a relative being discharged from hospital. We are here to help them make the best possible decisions.
Care agencies are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit and retain carers. Various issues such as pay and time pressures contribute towards potentially excellent candidates looking for jobs in other industries. Can these issues be overcome?
Grace Consulting is pleased to announce the promotions of Sue Quinn to Care Advice Manager and Emily Foster to Nurse Manager
Grace Consulting provides tailored care advice, helping people find the best care solutions and carrying out nurse-led assessments of immediate care and welfare needs
You should always remember that you are the customer; a good care home will provide what you decide that you need
When an older person starts to struggle with the tasks of daily living, the preferred option is usually to arrange suitable care at home