Care Roadshows, the leading event tailored to the care sector, is set to return to Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool on 14th May. This year’s free event promises an interactive and hands-on experience for visitors, along with informative seminars brought to you by experts in their fields.
The CPD seminar programme will be kicked off by Jonathan Cunningham, who will present his five-stage plan for achieving an ‘outstanding’ rating, based on his own experience as owner of Rosebank Care Home, which followed the same strategy over 18 months and was graded outstanding in December 2016.
Later in the day, Inspection Manager for the CQC, Catherine Challinor will provide an update on the next phase of inspections and will present best practice examples to gain ideas from. In addition, Headline Sponsors, Quality Compliance Systems, will be exploring the thinking behind the Human Rights agenda and share practical ideas to help care providers embed equality, respect and dignity into all aspects of their service. All seminars are free to attend, allowing visitors to simply turn up on the day and take their seats.
There will also be two workshops throughout the day focusing on ageing and sensory perception, provided by Saint-Gobain Ecophon. These sessions will interactively explore the effects of ageing and dementia on our bodies and how this affects the information we perceive from the world around us, with the aim of helping care providers to make appropriate adjustments to their residents’ living environments.
Leading industry exhibitors at the event will also showcase a range of the latest products, services and technologies, including training, activities, interior design, nutrition and much more. During the exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to make lasting business connections and have their questions answered by experts from a variety of specialisms.
To see the full programme and to register for free tickets today, visit www.careroadshows.co.uk or call 01425 838393. Care Roadshows will also be coming to Birmingham, Cardiff and London throughout the year – for more details and to register for all events, simply visit the website.