NACC Virtual Seminar

With all industry events being cancelled this year, no-one has been able to see, test or taste any of the amazing new innovations recently developed for the care sector.

To rectify this the National Association of Care Catering ran a free to attend virtual seminar on Thursday 26th November entitled ‘Care Product Innovation Day’

This seminar brought together 20 fantastic suppliers – a mix of food, drink, service and non-food suppliers who gave a 3 minute overview on ways their products and services could help care caterers through the challenging COVID-19 pandemic.

These bite sized presentations gave tips and advice for the coming months and beyond. The event also welcomed guest speaker, Dr Elizabeth Boaden (Chair of IDDSI UK) who gave an enlightening presentation on SLT Solutions and Swallowing Difficulties following COVID-19.

Visit www.thenacc.co.uk for details of further free to attend seminars.

 

We’d love for you to share your thoughts on our NACC Virtual Seminar.

critiQuie have supplied this quick and easy feedback link. You’ll also be able to find out more about their ‘Return to Work’ and ‘Well Being’ free offers. It takes less than 2 minutes of your time and would be extremely helpful for us, especially as we plan future events. Please submit by Tuesday 1st December.

Please click here to give us your feedback

If you wish to watch the session back on-demand, or encourage your colleagues to watch it, then please do so at https://www.crowdcast.io/e/naccspeeddating

Finally, as you know we had some technical difficulties with Sandy Thomassen from Rational, so here is his presentation for you to watch: https://youtu.be/OkbdRgNBQXg

Hope you all have a lovely weekend and we look forward to seeing you at the next NACC Virtual Seminar ‘Menu Planning for Special Diets in Care Homes’ on January 28th 2021 from 2pm. You can register for FREE here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/nacc-menu-planning-special-diets-care-home

 

 

 

 

 

 

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