‘Impact of conference will be far reaching’, says ECCA boss


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

New care services minister Phil Hope is scheduled to open the English Community Care Association’s (ECCA) annual conference on Wednesday, 12 November at the Bloomsbury Holiday Inn, London.

More than 250 delegates will assemble , to hear a first rate line-up of influential speakers give their views on funding, regulation and personalised services.

The impact of this conference will be far-reaching,” said ECCA chief executive Martin Green.

“These issues are key concerns for the whole sector and providers have a real need for knowledge about how they will affect their ability to deliver a quality service,” said Mr Green.

‘This conference will give delegates the opportunity to hear the views of those at the very top in government, regulation and commissioning and to challenge the mismatch between the rhetoric and the practice.”

In addition to an opening address by the newly appointed minister, Barones





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