Conference will encourage owners to take their businesses forward


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

Care sector website operator Guide2care has launched a series of conferences to provide ideas and solutions for overcoming problems and taking care home businesses forward. The first of these conferences will take place at the Carrington Hotel in Bournemouth on May 29, where care home owners and managers will have an opportunity to meet with care home advisors and representatives of the National Care Standards Commission (NCSC). Delegates will hear talks from speakers with topics on care standards, best practice, quality of care and ways to increase profits. Speakers include: Carol Horner ­ NCSC regional director Martin Wigg ­ care home advisor and Caring Times columnist Jan Harris ­ chief executive, National Care Managers Association Michael Ogilvie ­ specialist advisor to the care profession. Paul Ellison ­ care director, Taylor Made Care Funding Solutions Julia Miles ­ expert on NVQs and the care managers award Guide2care chief executive Stephen Bishop said there had a been a long period of uncertain





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