Every year, the Surrey Care Awards recognises and celebrates the exceptional contributions made by individuals and teams within Surrey’s care workforce. Have you identified staff you’d like nominate for the Awards yet?
The Care Managers Network meets every quarter, meetings are held in Torquay & Exeter. You must be either a Registered Manager, Care Provider or Healthcare official to attend, booking is essential.
They aim to be the central point of information for all Care Providers, Healthcare Officials, Service Suppliers and Community Service Teams to help grow the quality of care people receive in Torbay and South Devon.
The NCF Managers Conference is all about the power of the Manager. Attend this event and listen to speakers such as:
Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector Adult Social Care, CQC – CONFIRMED
Joanne Bosanquet MBE, Chief Executive, FoNS – CONFIRMED
Sophie Coultard, The Road to Outstanding – CONFIRMED
Vic Rayner, Executive Director, NCF – CONFIRMED
Beth Britton, Social Care Campaigner, Consultant, Writer & Blogger – CONFIRMED
Eleanor Smith MP, Co-Chair, Adult Social Care APPG on Social Care – CONFIRMED
Susie Finlayson, CEO, Power to Change – CONFIRMED
Kirsty Woodard, Founder, Ageing Without Children
On the 4th of September NACAS UK will be hosting Professional Care Workers’ Day – celebrating those who aim to deliver fantastic care each and every day. The event will bring the industry together to applaud the carers who are there day in and day out, in the snow, scorching sun and pouring rain; at night, at Christmas, and on Sundays.
NACAS aspire to make care workers feel special for the awe-inspiring work that they do.
This national event will be held in London, along with a few regional events across the country. This years theme is focused on well-being. There will be free consultations with physiotherapists, psychologists, nutritionists, beauty and massage therapists, money and career advice, along with more ways to help care workers look after themselves and feel better.
Let’s all come together to celebrate care workers!
There are significant changes in the wider community that are impacting on care including integration of health, housing and care, the rise of technology, changing demographics, emerging communities and pressures on workforce and funding.
The provision of great care in the future will rely on the Adult Social Care sector taking control of how it engages with these changes.
The conference is for CEOs, Trustees and Senior Teams and Leaders from across the social care sector, who are passionate about embracing the future. The NCF will also have in the audience their latest cohort of inspiring managers, identified through their NCF Rising Stars programme, who they know will be critical in shaping the future of great care.