Having worked with the National Care Forum (NCF), the UK’s membership organisation for not-for-profit organisations in the care and support sector, last year, we are proud to support its CEO's Conference, 13/14 September 2021 at the Tower Hill Hotel, Tower Bridge, London, UK.
The pandemic has put the spotlight on the adult social care sector and social care, the care workforce, and customer expectations are changing.
Aimed at CEOs, Senior Directors and Trustees from the NCF membership, this conference brings together a range of speakers and workshop leaders to help attendees think about the future, and develop strategies for years to come.
Topics covered include changing demographics, the customer of the future, planning now for the employee of the future and valuing the workforce. Rob Martin, Managing Director Care Services, Anchor Hanover will look at the future design of care homes and Dr Adrian Hayter, National Clinical Director for Older People and Integrated Person Centred Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement will discuss how community health needs will be addressed in the future.
As well as support for older people, the event will also look at future services for supporting people with a learning disability and autism, and with climate change on the horizon, there will be a workshop on greener care.
In this changing landscape, and new evidence supporting best practice, standards will need to be reviewed and assessed.
This is where we come in.
Maintaining standards isn’t just about a tick from regulatory bodies; standards are essential in helping organisations be innovative, reduce costs, and maintain respect and competitiveness in the marketplace.
We are very much looking forward to meeting our UK colleagues and being a part of this important event. Check our Twitter feed, @StandardsWise, over 13/14 September 2021 for regular updates from the conference.
Why should you speak to us about Standards and Accreditation?
· Our wide range of services will help you to gain commercial advantage and industry respect.
· Our accreditation supports customer security, satisfaction, and pride.
· It gives you recognition and differentiation in the marketplace.
· It shows demonstrable and visible commitments to ethical standards and customer service.
· Our standards are tailored to the needs of care organisations, such as management and resident engagement.
At the heart of everything we do, our approach to standards and excellence is based on the 5 ‘I’s:
Through our international network we are constantly reviewing standards and best practice, researching health outcomes and innovative technology, and much more to ensure services and housing for seniors are people and customer-centric. Our aim is to help everyday lives be easier, safer and healthier; and for organisations to become more efficient, successful and sustainable.
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