With insolvencies, scandals and crises hitting the headlines daily, the UK care home industry has been under the spotlight for quite some time.
Now more than ever, care providers need to be ahead of the latest industry updates, regulations and innovations to not only reduce costs in an extremely tough industry but also see an improvement in the standard of care currently being provided.
With that in mind, the organisers of next month’s Care Forum have put together an expansive CPD-accredited seminar programme.
Care Quality Commission inspection manager, Stephen Taylor, has been invited to present on the CQC’s recent changes and its plans for the future, while Sticky People founder, Neil Eastwood, will share the secrets of the world’s most successful care providers.
The National Care Association’s chairman, Nadra Ahmed, will discuss the future of long-term care, while Neil Mapes, managing director of Dementia Adventure will introduce positive risk-taking dementia patients. Last but not least, partner and head of medical and care at Porter Dodson Solicitors, Adrian Poole, will shed light on the law of whistleblowing.
The Care Forum takes place on June 6-7 at Whittlebury Hall Hotel in Northampton.
For more details call Katie Tompsett on 01992 374094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org