NWCF Events

 

4th October 2012 - Dementia, A National Crisis

Manchester Conference Centre

  • There are currently 800,000 sufferers of dementia in the UK
  • Dementia costs society over £23bn per annum, twice the cost of cancer and with a prediction of over a million sufferers by 2021
  • Do you want to learn more about the governments plan to improve the outcomes and quality of life for both sufferers and carers?
  • Do you want to see dementia sufferers and their carers receive the respect and dignity they deserve?

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Confirmed Speakers Include

Professor Alistair Burns
National Clinical Director for Dementia, Department of Health

Andrew Chidgey
Director of External Affairs, Alzheimer's Society

Martin Green
Chief Executive, English Community Care Association

Ann Johnson
Resident, Sunrise Community of Hale Barns

 


 

13-14th November 2012 - Care Show Birmingham, NEC

The Care Show Birmingham is the largest display of care home products and services in the UK.

The Care Shows are designed to provide education, products and services for those owning, or running any organisation responsible for the care of older people.

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20th November 2012 - Care Roadshow, Brighton

Care Roadshow is your one stop shop for the latest innovations in the care industry. If you work in this sector you’ll understand just how important it is for you and your staff to have access to the latest information, products and services. The Roadshow will provide you with unique access to companies and speakers who are dedicated to helping your business stand out from the pack.

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5th December, 2012 - Improving Care, Improving Lives: Supporting Society's Vulnerable Adults

 

 

Manchester Conference Centre

  • With the assent of the Health and Social Care Bill in March this year now is a time of great change in the provision of care for vulnerable adults.
  • The Government has shown commitment to this aim, allocating £2bn of annual funding to support social care in the 2010 Spending Review.
  • Are you interested in the challenges that remain in transforming and improving care provision for vulnerable adults?
  • Do you want to find out the shape that the Government's planned care and support white paper will take?

Register Your Place Today

Improving Care, Improving Lives: Supporting Society's Vulnerable Adults features a panel of high profile speakers from the fields of health and social care and disability advocacy. Delegates will hear practical examples of best practice, gain a better understanding of the latest developments in the field, and have opportunities for discussion and debate which will furnish them with the tools to transform their own practice.

Delegates will have the chance to challenge, discuss and debate the key issues and gain relevant insight applicable to their professional roles which they can embed within their organisations and improve services.