Conference to look at regulation trends

Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A conference examining the political and regulatory environment for social care will be held on Tuesday, October 15 at the Lord¹s Conference and Banqueting Centre in London. Organised by care sector analysts Laing & Buisson, the conference will analyse early interpretation trends in long term care regulation in the inaugural year of both the National Care Standards Commission and the General Social Care Council. The programme will examine the impact of the regulation of homecare, the introduction of which has now been postponed to January next year, and also look at identifying and ensuring compliance regarding staffing levels, streamlining and formalising staff training in order to meet requirements, contracting and commissioning and the legal challenges and considerations in the current regulatory and political environment. – For more information, or to book delegate places, contact Laing & Buisson on Tel: 020 7923 5348

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