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South West Long Term Care
October 18th, 2017
The Bristol Hotel
9:00 am to 4:30 pm
The Land of Opportunity
With some of the highest local authority fee rates, one of the top regions for quality care and a large ageing yet relatively affluent population, is the South West one of the best places in the UK to be a care operator?
This regional conference aims to bring together leading speakers and delegates from across the residential, domiciliary and extra care sectors to discuss the challenges and changing landscape faced by providers of care for older people in specific areas of the country where local market dynamics may differ.
With unparalleled learning opportunities, exclusive access to LaingBuisson research and networking, this is the ultimate forum to gain competitive and up to date information in the changing environment.
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Saving Social Care
Saving Social Care is a book about solving one of the biggest challenges we face: how to provide enough quality care for an ageing society? More specifically, it gives practical help and advice to care employers on who to look for as their next frontline care employee, where to find them, how to screen them and, critically, 20 great ways of keeping them.
Saving Social Care author, Neil Eastwood will be holding a book signing during the networking lunch breaks. You can visit him for a chat and a free signed copy of his book.
David WilliamsSt Monica Trust
Tim BarsbyCarter Schwartz
Camilla TrimbleNazareth Lodge Care Home
Richard HornseyClydesdale and Yorkshire Bank
Katie WinkleBristol Robotics Laboratory
Abika Martin DipPFSFidelius
Neil EastwoodSticky People Ltd
Naomi CronkStone Haven Care
Dawn ButlerTorbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust