Future of Care Conference London is back on the 29th March 2022, attracting C-level care professionals, care home and home care owners, managers, decision-makers and influencers. The high-profile speaker programme will consist of focused speaker slots and panel debates set to challenge perspective and provide call-to-actions for the future of the industry.
Since its launch in 2017, the conference has strived to bring key trends, challenges and developments in the care sector in front of the people who matter. With the starting ambition to improve the lives of the elderly, this one-day conference has grown year on year, acquiring the trust of care professionals from across the UK.
Vic Rayner OBE, CEO at The National Care Forum, is welcomed as this years’ Conference Chair. As a principal figure in the sector, Vic is also the Chair of the Government Strategic Advisory Forum on the social care workforce and Co-chair of the National Social Care Advisory Group.
The Minister of State for Care and Mental Health, Gillian Keegan MP, will also be speaking at the conference on how the sector can build a world leading adult social care system.
Delegates can expect focus on topics such as recruitment, sector inequalities, dementia and artificial intelligence. Speakers such as Professor Martin Green, Chief Executive at Care England; Rob Assall, Deputy Chief Inspector at Care Quality Commission and Gemma Tetlow, Chief Economist at Institute for Government will look to preparing for future pressures, government support and building an effective integrated health and social care system.
Across two panel sessions, the conference will address how we can learn from the frontline of adult social care to discover what really makes a difference to elderly lives. They will also report on how to develop a stronger workforce with a larger talent pool and a better reputation.
During networking breaks, delegates have the chance to make valuable connections and meet suppliers from the industry – including Headline Sponsor Beaucare and Gold Sponsor Quality Compliance Systems.
Visit www.futureofcare.co.uk for information on ticket prices and booking, to view the full programme and discover more about each speaker. The conference will be held at The King’s Fund in London.