Following on from a very successful show in 2019, the Southwest Care Exhibition 2020 is set to be bigger and better with a strong focus on INNOVATION, TECHNOLOGY and SIGNPOSTING in the sector.
- Meet the innovators who are constantly working to meet the demands of a growing older population and to overcome the pressures of budget cuts and increasing numbers of people requiring care in the region.
- See technology in action and learn how it could transform your organisation by improving and enhancing the services you already provide.
- Discover organisations with whom your business can collaborate and grow and make connections with the people who will enhance your career in the care sector.
If you’re a care organisation owner, manager or leader, this show is the best place to reach an audience of key decision makers in the care industry in the region – and beyond!
Future of Care Conference returns to The King’s Fund in London for its third year. Join care professionals, managers, owners and influencers for a full programme of top quality speakers from the care sector.
Leading experts from the forefront of the industry will be discussing the challenges, changes and strategies for the future of adult social care. The talks and panel discussions will focus on current trends in the sector, funding, risk in care management, Alzheimer’s care and much more.
Chaired by journalist, broadcaster and television presenter Fiona Phillips, speakers include Professor Martin Green OBE from Care England, Jeremy Hughes CBE from Alzheimer’s Society, Dr Eileen Burns from British Geriatrics Society and Niall Dickson, Chief Executive of NHS Confederation.
The conference has been designed especially for care home owners, managers and decision-makers to provide them with the latest information and innovation.
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More than four in five adult social care services are currently either rated Good or Outstanding by the CQC.
Continue reading “Beyond A Two-Tier Social Care System”
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The subject of loneliness and mental health has been at the forefront of discussions in adult social care. We have explored the topic of loneliness and come across a few options to help combat loneliness such as au pairing and Homeshare schemes. If the Homeshare scheme or au pairing isn’t right for you because there’s no spare space at home or having someone live-in (or living-in with someone as a younger person) isn’t something you’d be comfortable with, then there are also many non-live in schemes that help build community connections and reduce loneliness. Continue reading “Loneliness And Mental Health: Social Networking (In The Flesh)”
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Faced with a negative public perception fuelled by endless horror stories and poorly paid staff the care sector has a recruitment crisis.
Continue reading “Tech Is No Replacement For Personal Care But Boy Do Carer Providers Need It!”
Welcome to the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards.
Uncovering excellence, innovation and creativity in the voluntary care and support sector.
The Awards are designed to reward the hard work, dedication, innovation and excellence of everyone working in the not-for-profit sector who is making a positive difference to people’s lives, whether they are supporting children or adults.
Organised by CMM, and developed in conjunction with the National Care Forum, the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards are the perfect way to share the work you’ve been doing to support those who need it most.