A Virtual Care Festival will take place this month to unite thousands of care providers online.
Hosted by the Care Show and the Occupational Therapy Show, the online conference and exhibition will allow attendees to discover various product ranges, services and innovations.
Conference sessions at the Virtual Care Festival will include an update from the CQC; delivering effective dementia services during the pandemic; supporting and developing the home care workforce and social care reform – keeping up the pressure for change and culture in care.
The expert line-up of speakers include Debbie Ivanova, deputy chief inspector of Adult Social Care at the CQC; Nadra Ahmed, chair of the National Care Association; and Barbara Keeley, MP, Shadow Cabinet Minister for Mental Health and Social Care.
The exhibition will feature 50 suppliers from the care and occupational therapy sectors, including Access UK, AKW, Blueleaf, Closomat, CarePlanner, CareLineLive, Essex County Council, Hill-Rom, My learning Cloud and NRS Healthcare.
The flexible virtual format allows people to attend for just one session, a day, or the full two days and offers the opportunity to be part of a unique event catered to care professionals.
Free passes for the event, which will take place on 25-26 November can be obtained by clicking here.