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By John Burton

Handling Residential Care places ahead feedback for making improvements to the advance of residential care via higher administration. prolonged examples and practical case reports all through show how managers can be triumphant and the way occasionally the strong forces of mismanagement can impede them.

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They were fierce enemies, in opposing teams, while the game was on, but they drank together and slapped each other on the back in the bar after the game. Give them a common enemy and they would joyously combine to ‘kick his head in’. If you didn’t or couldn’t join in this (mostly male) camaraderie, you were thought to be a bit odd, and were in danger of being picked on at some point. It astounded Lok that half these people were trained social workers, and had spent considerable time learning about social psychology and organisational and group behaviour.

Noreen 19 Thomas has been at The Limes for about six months by the day of the inspection. Of course, he is well aware of the sixteen requirements and sixty-seven recommendations made in the last report. Knowing that the Home could not comply with all the requirements and follow all the recommendations—some of which were not sensible—he began to renegotiate them with the inspector. After the last inspection Noreen had got to the stage of deliberately ignoring the inspection unit—or, rather, this particular inspector; and the inspector had responded to Noreen in an equally pig-headed fashion.

She saw the opportunity to run a home and provide residential care in the way she thought it should be done. She needs to make a living from her work; staff have to be paid, and there has to be sufficient surplus to pay for the capital costs of the home; but this is not the same as the profit-making objective of other, bigger businesses. Noreen is in business because of the freedom it gives her to follow her principles of care: principles which she believes would be compromised if she worked for another organisation.

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