David Behan and Cherie Booth will be keynote speakers at conference

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

The new inspection and regulation authority, the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI) will pose many new questions to care home providers and suppliers. A conference to be held in London on May 20 will provide some of the answers and encourage delegates to participate in, and perhaps influence, the debate. Organised by Caring Times and the law firm Lester Aldridge, and sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland, the conference will offer key figures in the sector as speakers and panel members. Two keynote presentations will be made ­ one by David Behan, the new chief inspector of the CSCI, who will give an insight into the guiding principles CSCI will adopt, as well as practical guidance on what care homes can expect. The second keynote presentation will be by Cherie Booth QC, founding member of Matrix Chambers, who will address some of the legal issues involved. Their presentations will be followed by Jeremy Allin, a partner with Lester Aldridge, who will offer further legal guidance, plus an insight i

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