Future of Care Leaders Conference

Returning with a new name, the Future of Care Leaders Conference has re-branded to highlight who should consider attending – the leaders of the care sector. Bookings are officially open for the highly sought-after conference being held at The King’s Fund, London on Tuesday 28th March 2023.

The conference is set out to bring key trends, challenges and developments in the care industry in front of the people who matter. With a new and improved layout and a quality speaker programme, delegates can expect new additions including a networking breakfast and drinks reception to end the day on a high and strengthen relationships made throughout the day.

The day includes an extensive programme with informative sessions held by a coveted list of speakers and hosts a selection of exhibitors in the networking space. Delegates can enjoy a selection of refreshments throughout the day, as well as a quality lunch included in the cost of the ticket.

The programme this year will focus on a range of important subjects, which will be discussed in focused speaker slots and panel debates.
Topics include;
• Embedding Net Zero into the Sector
• Raising the Profile of Adult Social Care
• What Does Innovation in Care Actually Mean?
• Improving Elderly Care Through Human Connection
• Supporting the Wellbeing on the Social Care Workforce

Key speakers at the conference include: Liz Kendall MP, Shadow Minister for Health & Social Care; Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care and Integration, and Interim Chief Operating Officer at Care Quality Commission; Nadra Ahmed, Executive Chairman of National Care Association; Avnish Goyal CBE, Chair of Hallmark Care Homes and Vic Rayner OBE, Chair of the National Care Forum; who is also Conference Chair.

Use the following link to book your place and view the full programme – www.futureofcare.co.uk

























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