Ageing in Common Conference

I
am writing to let you know about a great opportunity to join up with
delegates from across the globe with a shared interest in Ageing. The UK
will
be hosting an event entitled Ageing In Common: An International
Perspective – and the event is running from the 16 to the 18th April in Reading. The event has been coordinated under the umbrella of CommonAge, in partnership with the National Care
Forum.

This exciting event will provide delegates with a number of explicit business benefits:-

·         Meet with international delegates addressing similar challenges across the globe – learn from others experiences
and identify new approaches to apply within the UK

·         Make international relationships to enable connections relevant for recruitment, learning and service development

·         Understand the position of the UK within the Commonwealth in a post Brexit world

·         Hear the latest research evidence on ageing and age specific conditions

·         Hear from speakers involved in some of the most up to date advances around the built environment and the use
of technology

·         Benefit from a detailed discussion about reform of the UK social care sector

I
would strongly encourage you to think about the opportunities it
presents to members of your senior team, boards and trustees to explore a
broader
agenda around Ageing, and to develop relationships across the globe
which will provide additional opportunities for learning and interchange
for many years to come.

Additional
sponsorship has been provided for this exciting event by QCS, which
means that there are now a limited number of places available at a
discounted
rate. Any full bookings made between now and the 23rdMarch will benefit from attracting a second delegate at a 50% discount.

If you would like to take up this offer please contact Helen Glasspool directly on: helen.glasspool@nationalcareforum.org.uk

Published by Residential Forum

The Residential Forum is to promote the achievement of high standards of care and support for children and adults living in residential care and nursing homes, supported housing, residential schools and colleges, hospices and hostels. It contributes to improving the quality of service to the public. Members of the Forum are people of standing and experience drawn from the public, private and voluntary sectors, as well as some who can speak for service users and carers.

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