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  • Staff wellbeing, CQC guidelines & safety training in focus at the Care Forum

    Care Forum

    New CQC guidelines and safety training will be high on the agenda at the Care Forum, which takes place July 2nd & 3rd at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire.

    The event brings senior care, residential and nursing home  professionals together for one-to-one business meetings, interactive seminars and valuable networking opportunities.

    Over two working days delegates will meet with credible suppliers who will be able to talk through projects, concerns and obstacles, offering the best advice as well cost saving products and services.

    In the opening keynote address William Montgomery, special adviser to the UK government on national wellbeing, will make the most compelling case yet that happiness – and the full engagement that comes with it – is more important than ever in today’s workplace.

    The Care Forum also offers educational seminars hosted by industry thought leaders, with sessions including:-

    The Impact Of New CQC Guidelines On Registrations

    Will the new guidelines allow services to be registered to meet the needs of disabled adults and will the principles behind them spread in to sectors beyond learning disability. If so, with what impact?

    Presented by: Jack Goulde, Joint Chief Executive, HSN Care Limited

    Serving Many Masters… And Other Problems!

    The care sector has more masters than just the CQC – but who are they and what do they want? And are there other key issues that managers need to consider?

    Presented by: Andy Farrell, Director, Management & Safety Training Ltd

    Quality Improvement Model For Preventing Pressure Ulcers In Long -Term Care ettings (LTCs)

    Understanding principles of pressure ulcer prevention in homes and learning from incidences in a supportive and constructive manner.

    Presented by: Siobhan Mccoulough, Tissue Viability Spoecialist Nurse – Clinical Support Manager, OSKA

    Among the organisations already confirmed as Care Forum delegates are Adara Healthcare Ltd, Aura Care Living, Beaufort Care Group, Bloom Care, Brookvale Healthcare, Care UK, Healthcare Group, Community Integrated Care, Cumbric Care, Ganymede Care Ltd, Hazelwood Care Ltd, Hermes Care Ltd, HSN Care, Knights Care, Laso Healthcare, Minster Care Group, Nazareth Care Trust, Ranc Care Ltd, Rural Care Ltd, Solden Hill House, TLC Care Homes, Trusted Care and more.

    Confirmed attending suppliers include Clinicare Supplies, Aid Call, Medicare, Fowler, Chroma Global Flooring Solutions, Beaucare, Dyson Professional, Health Metrics, Sekoia, 1st Waste Management, Meiko UK, Courtney Thorne, Oiiocare, Multitone, Accora, Delabie, Care Control, Apetito and more.

    Jennie Lane, Event Manager at Forum Events, said: “The Care Forum is a tremendous opportunity to learn new skills and network with peers – our seminar lineup is the strongest we’ve ever had and we look forward to welcoming everyone on the day.”

    To secure a complimentary delegate place, call Liam Cloona on 01992 374089 or email l.cloona@forumevents.co.uk.

    To attend as a supplier, call Jennie Lane on 01992 374 098 or email j.lane@forumevents.co.uk.

    For more information, visit www.thecareforum.co.uk.


    Stuart O'Brien

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