The role of digital technology in a post covid world, 13 Oct 2021, 15:20 – 16:00, Business Compliance & Regulation Theatre
Russell Day, Head of Quality and Performance – Sequence Care Group
Nick Reilly, Business Development Manager – Rader Healthcare
This session will take a real life look at Sequence Care Group’s transformation after adopting a digital approach. Featuring Russell Day from Sequence Care Group and Nick Reilly from Radar Healthcare, the talk will focus on how digital technology is transforming care organisations post covid. They’ll also be discussing how covid has changed the industry, the CQC’s new strategy and how technology will play a part.
Recruitment & Retention – Getting it right post Covid, 13 Oct 2021, 10:40 – 11:10, Technology and People
Scott Sherriden, Managing Director – Purpletribe
Care sector recruitment is facing its biggest challenge. If you’re finding care worker recruitment difficult, it’s not just because of a critical shortage of care workers. It’s also because workforce expectations and needs are shifting. Scott shares his post-Brexit, post-covid, proven tips for home care, live-in and residential care CEOs and Registered Managers.
5 Steps to a happy and an inclusive workforce; 13 Oct 2021, 16:10 – 17:00, Technology and People
Dudley Sawyerr, Health Care Consultant – People Care Services
Palvi Dodhia, Co-founder/ Director – Serene Care
Sonia Rai, Founder and Director – Nectar HR
Mark Topps, Regional Business Manager – Essex Cares Limited
Troy Zimbalatti, Managing Director / Registered Manager – T2Z Care Services Ltd
Inclusion and equality have long been part of the protected characteristics for residents. But are we supporting health and social care staff which provides the second largest diverse workforce in the UK. What are you doing to provide a more inclusive workforce? Where do you start? In this session you will hear from Dudley Sawyerr and a panel of esteemed industry experts from Home, Residential care and from HR who will share the practical steps you can take to ensure an inclusive and more unified workforce. And how social media and technology can help your environment.
Progress With Digital Technology – The Pandemic Push, 13 Oct 2021, 10:55 – 11:35, Home Care Stage
Jane Townson, Chief Executive – Homecare Association (formally UKHCA)
Alice Ainsworth, Deputy Director, Adult Social Care Technology – NHSX
Robert Moore, Director and Franchise Owner – Home Instead Senior Care Doncaster
Phil Neilson, Head of Digital Transformation – CITY & COUNTY HEALTHCARE GROUP
There is an emerging role for technology in transforming social care services and promoting care and health integration. The pandemic has accelerated the move to digital technologies in homecare. There are a wide range of applications being developed from digital records to telemonitoring, telecare and mobile health. Many providers are still uncertain as to which technologies will make a difference and are worth investing in. In this session, panellists will discuss their experience of the technologies they’re deploying and how they see the future.
Market Differentiation: Creating an Interiors ‘Brand’, Dementia Design, Build & Wellness Theatre 15:20 –16:00
Lori Pinkerton-Rolet, director – Park Grove Design
Whether you are planning a rollout of Retirement or Care facilities, or a single property, there are ways of making your offer unique to any single location and to prospective residents. This doesn’t necessarily cost extra, it’s about the type of decisions you’re making and can be a game-changer for your business and the experience quality of your residents.