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The Care Summer Series

10 August 2020 - 11 August 2020

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Organisers of the Care Show and Health+Care, are delighted to announce The Care Summer Series, a free and live two-day virtual event, on Monday 10th to Tuesday 11th of August 2020.

Made up of 6 of educational webinars, The Care Summer Series will bring the whole care community together to celebrate the excellence in this sector – no matter where we all are.

The Care Summer Series themes include:

  • The future deal for social care
  • Funding
  • Raising the quality of care in the new normal
  • Promoting integrated care
  • Raising the profile of home care
  • New care models going forward
  • Supporting the care workforce

Michael Corbett, Care Portfolio Manager for the Care Show and Health+Care explained the idea behind creating The Care Summer Series:
“We are very excited to announce the upcoming Care Summer Series. In a world where we are having to become more and more digital, we thought this event would not only support the care sector but also help raise awareness for the Care Workers Charity appeal. A charity supporting current and former care workers with one-off crisis grants, changing lives and enabling people to face the future with renewed hope.”

CloserStill Media, organisers of The Care Show and The Residential & Home Care Show, curated the two-day webinar programme which includes the following presentations:
1. Future of Residential Care – what’s the post pandemic vision?
2. Survival of the Fittest – how to drive profitability?
3. Integrated Care – social care’s role in the new approach
4. The Home Care Challenge – finding a way forward
5. Quality and Safety – striking the balance after Coronavirus
6. Dealing with the Impact of the Pandemic on your Staff


10 August 2020
11 August 2020


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