6 - 7 July 2022

NEC Birmingham

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Watch all of the content from our Care Virtual event now 

  • Jane Ashcroft - How providers can re-stablish public trust in the care community
  • Stuart Nicoli - Safe as Houses - An ethical and sustainable approach to housing vulnerable individuals
  • Mark Anslow - Careplanner - 2020: The Year We Got Chatty
  • Jane Peterson - Knowledge Oral Healthcare - MOUTHCARE Why It Can’t Be Ignored And How It Can Affect Your Rating
  • Christl Lauterbach - Future-Shape GmbH - Fall Management and Care Assistance | Use of Sensor Floors in Practice
  • Kate Wyatt & Peter Shergill - PainChek UK Ltd - AI in Dementia Care: An Evolution or Revolution for tech in Social Care?
  • Alexandra Fisher - Sherpa - Nurturing your sales relationships with empathy and connection
  • Keith Wyatt - UV Clean Light - Infection Control in Care Homes using Ultra Violet Light
  • Dr Zoe Wyrko - ‘Old People’s Home for 4 Year olds’ – the benefits of an intergenerational approach
  • Paul Berney - Taking Care - Technology enabled care to help adults live independently in the homes they love
  • Jeremy Rowan - Relias - How COVID Has Changed the Way We Learn: 5 Top Tips for Engaging Your Staff With Online Training.
  • Fiona Carragher - A future for care 
  • Kay Westgarth - Key Group How equity release could help with funding at home care.


  • Ashley Fearon, Emma Bishop & Soraya Foufa - Tarkett - Dementia design using a virtual reality empathy platform
  • Amanda Farrell - Safespaces - Creating calm environments and safe beds to aid sensory processing and improve sleep
  • Ed Watkinson, Paul Howell & Steven Holmes - How Arquella can support a move from task orientated to person centred care
  • Dr Catherine Millington-Sanders & Matt Williams - Marie Curie - RCGP & Marie Curie Care Homes Daffodil Standards. Free resources to improve end of life care in the UK
  • Philippa Doyle - Hempsons - Fundamental Standards of Care: Enhance the lives of the people you support and impress CQC too?
  • Brendan O'Neill & Carl Jonas - Standex Systems - Using Care Planning Technology to manage COVID and infection Risk
  • Steven Embelton - My Learning Cloud - Understanding the changing learning and development needs and requirements within Health and Social Care
  • Peter Roberts - Provantage Procurement Ltd - Increasing your bottom-line profits by reducing your running costs
  • Chris Clark - Anywhere Care - Developing a next generation Mobile Digital Alarm Service
  • Graham Collyer - Sumed International Ltd - Pressure Relief in the Context of Nursing Homes.
  • Hilary Woodhead - NAPA - Activity, Art and Engagement – creative solutions
  • Temby Nyemba -  Leecare Solutions - How technology can support residents with dementia in any care setting.


Protecting Social Care This Winter Webisode

Protecting Social Care This Winter 


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  • Jayne Connery, Director Care Campaign for the Vulnerable - How to prioritise good safe care and emotional support to elderly residents
  • Caroline Hill, Dietitian and Sandra Robinson, Speech and Language Therapist, Made for You - Made For You Softer Foods Supporting Wellness this Winter
  • Liz Sargeant OBE, Clinical Lead for Integration of Health and Social Care, NHS England - Integrating the health and care system: The importance for residents, families and communities
  • Zac Sang, Business Development Manager, Fireco - How can you reduce cross-contamination in care homes?
  • Jorge Maylin Larruy, CEO, Oroi  - Virtual reality in elderly care
  • Kathryn Smith, Chief Executive, SCIE (Social Care Institute for Excellence) - Dementia, Covid-19 and beyond


Infection prevention and control in care homes 23rd September

Utilise the CQC's expertise, delve into findings from their practice review and inform how your business can best anticipate the CQC's November 'good practice examples' report. 

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Infection, Prevention and Control Webisode 

27th August

Navigate the fluctuating landscape of IPC guidance together with Quality Compliance Systems, National Care Association, National Care Forum and Person Centred Software. 

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  • Andrew Coles, Head of Product Management at Person Centred Software - 'COVID-19 - How technology enables your business to be best prepared'
  • Nadra Ahmed, Chairman of National Care Association - 'How is Social Care shaping up in 2020?'
  • Leah Cooke, Customer and Policy Lead, Quality Compliance Systems - 'How to Overcome Communication Barriers When Using PPE'
  • Liz Jones, Policy Director of National Care Forum