The Care Virtual Summit will return to our screens next month and promises an influential line-up of speakers.
Organised by the team behind the Future of Care Conference and Care Roadshows, the second Care Virtual Summit, which was first held on July 31, will return on Thursday, October 8.
Representing many areas of care, the summit will explore technology, leadership, dementia, well-being, funding, staffing and how to make a positive impact on your care business and the sector as a whole.
The one-day event can be watched live and on demand and will include seminars such as a ‘one-stop guide to dementia’ led by Professor June Andrews from the Dementia Services Development Trust and ‘how to build a high-performance culture in your care business’ delivered by Simon Parker, founder of SP&P.
Throughout the day they’ll be a number of discussions from a range of speakers. Firstly, Yvonne Hignell, chief operating officer at Cera Care and Tony Stein, CEO of Larchwood Care, will discuss the role of technology in home care and care homes.
Next on the agenda, Professor Martin Green chief executive at Care England; Colin Angel, policy director at UKHCA; Avnish Goyal, founder and chairman at Hallmark Care Homes; and Raina Summerson, CEO of Agincare Group will address the topic of funding in care and where it goes.
Lastly, Sophie Chester-Glynn, director at Coproduce Care and Arnie King, equalities lead at Manor Community, will be giving talk on how individuals can influence social care law and policy.
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