Published on 7th February 2018
Canary Care is delighted to be a cohort business in the 2018 Scale | Health programme.
Published on 27th October 2017
The question is definitely a matter of when, not if and the factors driving this are well known.
Published on 11th September 2017
The Government’s recent decision that routine overnight care must be considered normal working hours and therefore subject to minimum wage regulations is good news for care workers, but a puts care businesses under pressure.
Published on 2nd August 2017
Urinary tract infections are never near the top of anyone’s list of conversation topics but they can be serious and because of their intimate nature, are not raised or dealt with quickly, so can cause serious health complications.
Published on 19th July 2017
There were over 100,00 UTI emergency admissions to hospital in 2012/13. Those patients stayed in a hospital bed for an average of 10 days.
Published on 5th June 2017
Canary Care works with both families looking to support their older relatives, and Local Authorities and housing groups looking to support their older residents to keep their independence.
Published on 3rd May 2017
HomeTouch adds data monitoring technology to suite of home care services. Partnering with Canary Care, The UK’s leading online home care service offers door monitoring alert services to provide data and security to elderly
Published on 1st December 2016
Canary Care is delighted to be an award winner in the Swiss Re Foundation’s Entrepreneur’s Award for Resilience. We were selected from over 100 small companies from around the world who have developed technology to support
a growing elderly population.
Published on 1st March 2016
Canary is part of the NHS Care City Test Bed, working with partners in North East London Foundation Trust and each of the four local authorities that the Trust partners with (Barking and Dagenham, Waltham Forest, Redbridge and Havering).
Published on 5th February 2016
Lord Carter’s report today suggests that bed blocking costs the NHS £900m a year “Vulnerable and frail patients cannot be released if there is not the support in the community from home care workers or district nursing staff or a place in a care home”.