The Care Workers Charity Responds to Reform UK’s Manifesto

The Care Workers Charity acknowledges the release of Reform UK’s manifesto today but notes the lack of detail given regarding social care. Karolina Gerlich CEO says “We agree that a national plan that involves collaboration between government, care providers, local authority and other support groups is required to address the growing challenges in social care. …

The Care Workers’ Charity Responds to Green Party Manifesto

The Care Workers’ Charity welcomes the Green Party’s newly launched manifesto, which places a strong emphasis on social care and the needs of the care workforce.  Karolina Gerlich, CEO of The Care Workers’ Charity says, “We are pleased to see care front and centre of this manifesto and the clear acknowledgment of the needs of …

The Care Workers’ Charity Responds to Conservative Manifesto

The Care Workers’ Charity has expressed its disappointment in the recently released Conservative Party manifesto, highlighting the limited attention given to the care sector.  Karolina Gerlich, CEO of The Care Workers’ Charity, says “It is disappointing that in an 80-page document, care only receives a few lines. The only commitment seems to be a continuation …

The Care Workers’ Charity Responds to Liberal Democrat Manifesto

The Care Workers’ Charity is pleased to respond to the recent Liberal Democrat manifesto, which prominently features social care, reflecting its crucial importance to society.  Karolina Gerlich CEO says, “we are delighted to see that social care is a high priority for the Liberal Democrats, acknowledging the essential role care workers play in our communities. …

Care Workers on The Ethical use of AI in Social Care

We were thrilled to partner with Oxford University to run a roundtable discussion on the ethics of AI in social care. This event brought together 21 care workers with Oxford University researchers to begin drafting guidance for a sector that is urgently calling for support in using AI ethically and safely in this rapidly evolving …

Introducing The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)

In the UK, over 2 million live with sight loss. This sight loss is severe enough to have a significant impact on their daily lives and the number is only going up, estimated to double to over 4 million people by 2050. The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has been working for over …

Social Care PR Expert Appointed Trustee at The Care Workers’ Charity

Nathan Hollow, Group Board Director and Head of Health and Social Care at PLMR Group, an award-winning public affairs, PR, corporate, digital and crisis communications agency, has been appointed a Trustee of The Care Workers’ Charity (CWC). The Care Workers’ Charity has been at the forefront of aiding current and former care workers facing unforeseen …

The CWC Circular – June 2024

The latest issue of the CWC Circular is out now! Welcome to the May issue of The CWC Circular which is absolutely full of news and stories from our supporters, sponsors and, of course, us! Following the announcement of the general election, we have released our manifesto calling for urgent action on the care sector, …