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CARE HOME INDUSTRY DESCENDS ON THE CARE FORUM

The UK’s care home industry professionals converged on Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire on July 18th & 19th for two working days of networking and connection building at the Care Forum.

The UK’s care home industry professionals converged on Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire on July 18th & 19th for two working days of networking and connection building at the Care Forum.

More than 65 delegates and a host of leading suppliers talked through projects, objectives and challenges in a series of one-to-one business meetings and interactive seminars.

The event’s opening keynote address was delivered by William Montgomery, special adviser to the UK government on national wellbeing.

Delegates also learned about the latest trends in educational seminar sessions led by some of the industry’s leading lights, including Jack Goulde, Joint Chief Executive of HSN Care Limited; Andy Farrell, Director at Management & Safety Training Lt; and  Siobhan McCoulough, Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse - Clinical Support Manager at OSKA.

The solution provider roll call included Clinicare Supplies, Aid Call, Medicare, Fowler, Chroma Global Flooring Solutions, Beaucare, Dyson Professional, Health Metrics, Sekoia, 1st Waste Management, Meiko UK, Courtney Thorne, Oiiocare, Multitone, Accora, Delabie, Care Control, Apetito and more.

While attending delegates included representatives from Adara Healthcare Ltd, Aura Care Living, Beaufort Care Group, Bloom Care, Brookvale Healthcare, Care UK, Healthcare Group, Community Integrated Care, Cumbric Care, Ganymede Care Ltd, Hazelwood Care Ltd, Hermes Care Ltd, HSN Care, Knights Care, Laso Healthcare, Minster Care Group, Nazareth Care Trust, Ranc Care Ltd, Rural Care Ltd, Solden Hill House, TLC Care Homes, Trusted Care and more.

Registration is now open for the next Care Forum, which will take place in July 2019.

Lisa Rose, Event Manager at Forum Events, said: “We’re absolutely delighted with the response we received from delegates and suppliers at the Care Forum, which further illustrates what an important time it is for the sector.

“The Forum is a great way for the entire industry to come together under one roof – we can’t wait to welcome everyone back next year.”

www.thecareforum.co.uk

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