National Care Homes Congress

The Seventh National Care Home Congress

The National Care Homes Congress 2015 took place on the 19th May at the Botanical Gardens, Birmingham.

The event was huge success and we have received lots of positive feedback! We would like to say a huge thank you to all of those who attended and to all of our speakers on the day.

For the 7th year of this popular event, we introduced a unique format which allowed managers, owners and directors of care homes to interact with sector leaders in small groups – giving them the opportunity to discuss issues specific to their setting.

We also featured insightful reflections from Martin Green, CEO at Care England, Sue Howard, Deputy Chief Inspector with CQC and the UK first CQC’s Outstanding Care Home, the Prince of Wales House, Ipswich.Collage01

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The following presentations have kindly been made available for public download
Please click on the name to download the presentation
I. Green, Martin
II. Howard, Sue
Please click the image below to download the programme for this past event:
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