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Good Care Guide press coverage online
Good Care Guide research says that half of parents with young children are spending at least 20% of their salary on a nursery or childminder.
A study of reviews left on feedback website Good Care Guide gave childcare mainly positive feedback... despite it being expensive.
Many people believe the quality of elderly care in Britain is below par, according to new research. But the overall standard of childcare in Britain is rated highly despite being expensive.
Almost one in seven families with relatives in care homes say their loved ones are being neglected and treated without dignity, new research shows.
Good Care Guide aims to give relatives a place to go to share their views on the service they have received from care homes and nurseries.
Reviews of childcare and care for the elderly can now be checked online in the same way that hotels can be researched on Trip Advisor, thanks to the launch of a new website.
Such problems seem increasingly common, according to Stephen Burke, the director of the website for care users, goodcareguide.co.uk.
Invites parents to search for and rate nurseries, pre-schools and nanny agencies on their quality of care, facilities and value for money.
Good Care Guide press coverage in print
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"Best for quality of care... but not a beach in sight" Rosemary Bennett
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"Families expose care home neglect on whistle-blower website" John Bingham
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