New provider groups flock to Care Agenda

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

The Care Agenda 2010 meeting (January 27-28th ) is again attracting a diverse and interesting range of care providers, ranging from the majors (such as BUPA) through to emerging and specialist groups, many of which are new to the meeting.

The list includes Kaippans Care, established in 2005 and now with seven homes, and the specialist independent provider Forest Healthcare, providing residential, nursing and dementia services in London and South East England.

Joint event organisers Kingston Bridge Communications and _Caring Times_ believe that a key success driver for the event is that it brings together senior management from many of the UK’s most dynamic care providers.

Organiser Peter Wedderburn said provider feedback is always extremely positive regarding the opportunity to network with peers in other care organisations, and to join in the discussions and conference sessions looking at key sector issues.

Another  good reason to attend Care Agenda is to meet

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