The Care England Conference and Exhibition 2018 ‘Logging on’, will focus on the intelligent use of data and technology in the care sector and the ways in which it can further enhance the quality of care. The speaker programme for this prestigious event is now close to being finalised and will give delegates an opportunity to hear the views of an informed and influential speaker line-up.
The Care Roadshow London 2018 provides the perfect opportunity to source the latest innovations in the care industry, hear sector updates and enjoy valuable networking opportunities.
The event hosts a wide variety of care suppliers showcasing a range of products and services to help support and develop your care business. Alongside the exhibition, seminars offering the latest information from industry leaders and inspiring interactive workshops are available to all visitors.
The event is free for all care professionals to attend along with free parking at Epsom Downs Racecourse. There is also the chance to win a £100 cash prize draw on the day at 2.30pm. All visitors are automatically entered into the prize draw but the lucky winner must be present at the show to claim their prize.
Note: everyLIFE Technologies aren’t exhibiting at this particular event but will be attending all 2019 events.
The NC Managers Conference 2018 will be held in November for Managers in social care who come from all over the UK to attend this essential 24 hours to share best practice, latest thinking and innovations, network, and learn first-hand about changes in regulation and quality ratings. Both member and non-member Managers are welcome to attend.
The Surrey Care Association hosts the Surrey Care Awards 2018 which recognises and celebrates the exceptional contributions made by individuals and teams within the county’s Care Workforce.
It’s no secret that staff recruitment and retention is one of the care sector’s greatest challenges. Social care recruitment is a complex topic with a number of variables contributing to the crisis. It’s thought that by 2037, there will be an extra 1 million jobs to fill in the sector. We spoke with Neil Eastwood, author of Amazon bestseller ‘Saving Social Care’, to find out why recruitment is such a challenge for the industry and how care homes can overcome it by finding and retaining great care staff.
In its latest State of Care report, the CQC highlights the fragmented nature of health and social care integration across the country.