Conferences will consider current trends


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

Sector analysts and publishers Laing & Buisson will hold their Annual Assisted Conference on Monday, February 19 at the London Marriott Hotel. This event, the fourth assisted living conference to be organised by Laing & Buisson, will consider the major innovations of the past year. “New developers and managers have entered the market and the voluntary sector has forged ahead,” said laing & Buisson director William Laing. “Local authorities are implementing their strategies for sheltered and very sheltered houising, and are preparing for the funding changes introduced by Supporting People.” Mr laing said the conference would illustrate the opportunities available to providers of assisted living and homecare providers, and indicate the tghreat to care home operators and retirement housing developers who ignore it. “It will show how assisted living can offer social services an alternative to care homes or dispersed homecare for older people, perhaps at a lower cost,” Mr Laing said. Laing & Buisson will hold thei





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