Digital Series

UK Care Week

Digital Series

Here at UK Care Week, we will continue to find ways to enable care homes to implement high-quality, person-centred care models but also inspire business growth as a result. 2022 is still no exception and we continue to strive and stay connected.

Introducing 'UK Care Home Digital' - bringing the latest technology, products and content straight to you virtually! Join us as we bring digital events to your screens, full of exciting and new interactive content, discussions, and practices. See below our list for upcoming digital events and get involved!

Join us as we embark on interactive learning, and don't forget to watch our previous events on demand for FREE

Upcoming Digital Events

How Care Homes Can Maximise Their Online Footprint For Success

Planned for release only a couple of weeks before this webinar, Nathan Griffiths and Natasha Capper will have the very latest online trends and patient experience data available to them, and this 45-minute webinar will bring you right up to speed so you can hit 2022 on the right foot. Care providers need to have systems in place to listen and engage with patients, residents and families, as driving improvements through technology is a key aspect of CQC rankings.



Previous Digital Events

Daily money management for vulnerable people - Appointeeships and Deputyships

Supporting vulnerable people with money management can be challenging and understanding the options for appropriate money management solutions can be confusing. Money Carer and JMW Solicitors outline how they support care providers, social workers, local authorities, charities, and many more with their appointeeship and deputyship services.

The webinar highlights Money Carer's easy to use banking and payment service, including information on:

  • Cash by text for emergency access to cash
  • Carer's shopping card
  • Money management app

and JMW provides free legal guidance on:

  • When a deputy is needed
  • What a deputy does

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Is your estate future ready? The importance of a digital network in attracting and retaining occupants

Senior living and assisted living are no different from any other accommodation segment in that digitalisation is key. Whether its connecting residents to their loved ones, connecting staff in the workplace, or connecting devices to enhance security or sustainability - what we have seen to date is often a very siloed approach which invariably leads to multiple disconnected technology layers, over investment and a total lack of end-to-end visibility of the network, its performance, and its ROI. 

From simply proposing technology that enables resident connectivity we have through multiple rollouts, sought to understand, and align the different stakeholders, finding a common ground to understand the different objectives such as: 
• asset valorisation
• marketing of resident connectivity
• operational considerations and efficiencies

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Tech-Enabled Care

As we embrace specialised technology within the sector, the increase of usage means that employers and staff need to be aware of what types of technology enabled care is available and how it can be used effectively to transform the way we deliver care.

This On-Demand Industry Support Guide webisode will explore the potential for Technology Enabled Care to...

1. Empower your care team
2. Support independence
3. Improve outcomes
4. Deliver more cost-effective services to support sustainable social care

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Skills & Training

In this Industry Support Guide webisode, we’ll look to explore the impact skills and training can have for your residents, staff, and the retention of your workforce now, and for the future.

To continue to provide high quality care and support, it’s important that the adult social care workforce is properly supported in their learning and development. How do organisations ensure their staff have the right training and accreditations to look after their residents and meet the evolving needs of the ageing population? 

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How to Use Digital Trends to Improve your Resident Experience

In this Industry Support Guide webinar, we will discuss the results of the most recent Quick Take report in the care sector by Reputation, the world’s leading Reputation Experience Management platform.

The report looks at over 2,500 adult care facilities and analyses resident feedback from reviews from Carehome, Google and more to identify where the sector’s online strengths lie and what can be improved on.


Chris Sparling, CX Strategy Director & Nathan Griffiths, SMB Account Executive at Reputation

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Digital Transformation Within Care: Leveraging Online Feedback to Increase Resident Occupancy

What you will learn:

• How to leverage your online presence to drive more inquiries
• Where and what people are looking for when selecting care providers
• Managing multiple online profiles at once and ensuring they're up-to-date
• The benefits of soliciting resident feedback to increase guest satisfaction at the local level
• How to boost your care home's online reputation


Jay Purcell, Customer Success Manager - EMEA - Reputation

Nathan Griffiths, SMB Account Executive - Reputation

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Digital Transformation in Social Care 

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In this Industry Support Guide webisode, hear from expert speakers driving forward the transformation of the social care sector through digital technology as we consider what it means to be getting your organisation ‘digital ready’ and how data protection, GDPR and information sharing can benefit your care org

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Best practice and latest developments in Dementia Care

It is estimated that there are currently around 850,000 people with dementia in the UK. This is projected to rise to 1.6 million by 2040. With an estimated 70 per cent of people in care homes having dementia or severe memory problems, it is vital to consider how we can further enhance the care and support of residents living with dementia, empower care teams and improve care settings.

This webisode aims to explore new developments, clever uses of data and innovative approaches to dementia care. And hear from experts in the social care sector and share best practice as we delve into the unique challenges faced by people living with dementia and their carers, and consider how can we truly empathise with people living with dementia?


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