The Minister of State for Care will deliver a keynote speech at the Future of Care Conference in Leeds later this year.
Caroline Dinenage, who retained her role in Parliament after the recent cabinet reshuffle, is expected to delve into the latest in government priorities for the future of adult care, including the potential impact of leadership changes.
She will then take part in a Q&A session with delegates.
Commenting on her reappointment and speaking at the event, Dinenage told Home Care Insight: “It is a privilege to be re-appointed as Minister of State for Care. Good quality care can transform people’s lives and we need to continue to improve people’s access and experiences. I look forward to productive discussions at the Future of Care Conference about building a sustainable social care system.”
Event organisers, Broadway Events said: “It’s great to have the Minister on board for the Leeds conference. It will give delegates direct access to updates in the sector and a chance to get important questions answered.”
The Future of Care Conference will take place at the Hilton Hotel in Leeds city centre on October 15.
Across the one-day event, industry experts will discuss key trends and current challenges within the sector. The line-up includes Kathryn Smith from Alzheimer’s Society, Lucy Harmer from Independent Age and Anita Charlesworth from The Health Foundation.
ITV News Presenter, Sameena Ali-Khan has been confirmed to chair the conference.