ECCA gets ‘up close and personal’

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

‘Up Close and Personal’ is the title of the English Community Care Association (ECCA) 2009 Conference & Exhibition, to take place on Thursday, 12 November at the Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury, London WC1.

Sponsored by Boots Care Services, the event will take a careful look at the Government’s personalisation agenda and explore in detail what it means for care providers.

ECCA chief executive Martin Green that, while personalisation may be at the heart of government policy, there were questions about what is the best way to deliver it.

‘This event will allow care providers to find out the latest thinking from some of the key figures in policy and practice and hopefully provide answers to some of the key questions,’ said Mr Green.

‘For example, what will it cost and where will the resources to fund it come from?’

Time has been set aside in the afternoon for a series of interactive seminar sessions in which delegates can debate the issues raised by the speakers and receive practical advice on how

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