Caring Times takes over as organiser for the Association of Care Managers

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

Responsibility for the organisation of the Association of Care Managers (ACM) has been transferred to Caring Times and their Hawker Events team from previous organisers Guide2Care and Regis Training.
ACM was set up several years ago in recognition of the central role of the manager in achieving quality long term care. The purpose of the ACM is to provide a framework to help managers achieve their professional and personal goals. Caring Times editor-in-chief Dr Richard Hawkins said the ACM was very grateful to Care Choices and Regis for all they had done.
“We, at Caring Times now look forward to taking the association to the next stage,” said Dr Hawkins.
“We believe that its needs can be well served by our unique combination of publications, conferences and awards and we anticipate with pleasure the opportunity of working with the ACM to facilitate the expansion and development of

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