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Care Campaign For The Vulnerable Invites Industry Professionals To Safety In Care Open Day

Care Campaign for the Vulnerable is inviting care sector providers and health and social care professionals to a unique event to highlight how sophisticated camera systems can play a significant role in the safeguarding of vulnerable residents and staff.

The event will offer the opportunity to see live demonstrations of the technology and network with care providers who already have cameras installed in their services to discuss the benefits monitoring brings both in safeguarding and commercially and how privacy and dignity issues are tackled.

Concerns surrounding privacy and dignity in care will also be addressed.

The Safety in Care Open Day will take place on Wednesday 29th January between 12pm and 3pm at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Gerrard’s Cross, Buckinghamshire.

Jayne Connery, founder of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable, said:  “This subject is too important to ignore.  The day will enable people working in care to talk with those who have already embraced camera safety monitoring to learn about how it works in practice.

“There will also be live demonstrations of cameras in action and I absolutely believe that everyone who attends will go away convinced that from a safeguarding perspective it is the way forward.  Providers will also be surprised to hear of the commercial benefits of installing cameras, reducing the time spent on safeguarding issues and boosting occupancy.”

To book a free place at the Safety in Care Open Day email ccftv.cares@gmail.com

Care Campaign for the Vulnerable is inviting care sector providers and health and social care professionals to a unique event to highlight how sophisticated camera systems can play a significant role in the safeguarding of vulnerable residents and staff.

The event will offer the opportunity to see live demonstrations of the technology and network with care providers who already have cameras installed in their services to discuss the benefits monitoring brings both in safeguarding and commercially and how privacy and dignity issues are tackled.

Concerns surrounding privacy and dignity in care will also be addressed.

The Safety in Care Open Day will take place on Wednesday 29th January between 12pm and 3pm at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Gerrard’s Cross, Buckinghamshire.

Jayne Connery, founder of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable, said:  “This subject is too important to ignore.  The day will enable people working in care to talk with those who have already embraced camera safety monitoring to learn about how it works in practice.

“There will also be live demonstrations of cameras in action and I absolutely believe that everyone who attends will go away convinced that from a safeguarding perspective it is the way forward.  Providers will also be surprised to hear of the commercial benefits of installing cameras, reducing the time spent on safeguarding issues and boosting occupancy.”

To book a free place at the Safety in Care Open Day email ccftv.cares@gmail.com

 

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