Care Show 2021
13th – 14th October 2021, NEC Birmingham
Stand number: H62
Gain deeper insight into the care you deliver and the people you support
Patterns, trends and insights drawn from digital care planning can help you save time, money and allocate your limited resources more effectively. We’ve been working hard on tools and services that can help you do this and we’d love to talk to you about them.
If you’d like to book a meeting slot with one of our team at the event please use the calendar below. Alternatively, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03300 940 118.
Care Show Conference Programme
Keynote speech – An Uncomfortable Truth: Social Care deserves more
11:40 – 12:20 13th October
Our Chief Information and Compliance Officer, Taffy Gatawa, will highlight some fundamental issues facing the social care sector. Focusing on four key areas of:
- Leadership & governance
- Workforce recognition
- Service delivery; and
- Access to information
Taffy will also explore the current state of play and what change is needed to address these issues. She will conclude by inviting those in policy and decision – making positions, to now rise to the challenge and take the steps necessary to support social care to achieve its purpose of enabling people to have the best possible care outcomes.
Personalisation through better insight
11:10 – 11:40 14th October
Technology and People Stage
In this session, everyLIFE’s Head of Data, Colin Jarvis, will discuss how better use of data and technology can support real empowerment of people who use services.
Using case example from services supporting people living with dementia, Colin will show how data is being used to achieve person- centred care by enabling a holistic view of people’s support needs.
Optimising care journeys to give high quality care during, and at the end of life
11:45 – 12:15 14th October
Home Care Stage
Taffy will look at how home care services are rising to the challenge to be adaptable as more people with varied care needs are choosing to be cared for outside of hospital. She will focus on innovative home care services that are helping enhance people’s experience of care through service redesign and collaboration with other stakeholders across health and care.
Follow us and the show
The event is free to attend, so if you haven’t already, please consider coming along. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
PASS is a digital care management platform that has been co-developed with care managers and carers to help you safely meet the demands of your workload.
You can create personalised care pathways and capture details needed to deliver truly person-centred care including:
- Clear information about the people you care about and what is important to them
- Each care activity given to each person you care about
- Assessments and observations
- Progress against outcomes
It’s really easy to create reports and see trends in the information you capture too. All of the information you record in PASS can be tracked, reviewed and tagged, allowing you to share it with families, commissioners, the regulator and allied care professionals.