Home Care Theatre 3

Tuesday 26th March

Wednesday 27th March

speaker

11.00 - 11.30

Les Pick

Using property wealth to fund Long Term Care

Canada Life’s Over 55 Buy-to-Let Mortgages allow you to release cash from your client’s property tax free, leaving their entire portfolio intact. We’ll review how our range of innovative Buy-to-Let mortgages can offer a solution to funding long-term care, helping you to deliver good customer outcomes to your later life landlord clients.

speaker

11.45 - 12.15

Sylvia Bryden-Stock

The Emotional Roller Coaster of Caring - Are There Solutions?

Considering typical emotions that arise for both professional and personal carers, especially in the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Arena. Looking at the power of marrying emotional coaching and induction training with unique, systemised, solutions based coaching that generates positive outcomes to maximises staff retention and commitment for professional carers. For personal carers - The power of emotional support programs that enhance their ability to find inner calm in times of challenge.

speaker

12.30 - 13.00

Markus Merne

Can a Scandinavian style approach improve care in the UK?

Looking at the use of technology and care in Scandinavia and their approach to dignity, well- being and positive living in later life.

speaker

13.15 - 13.45

Paula Hughes

Equity Release and funding care

With a people living longer in retirement but increasingly spending more of that time in poor health with a range of care needs, financing a varied and often complex ‘life after work’ can be a challenge, especially for many of today’s “asset rich/cash poor” retirees. Find out how equity release can provide a safe, modern, flexible lending solution to help meet the needs of clients and their families.

speaker

14.00 - 14.30

Emma Watt

Are your contract terms consumer law compliant?

The seminar will talk through the key points coming out of the Consumer and Market Authority’s new guidance for Care Homes. It will help you understand the areas where your procedures and documentation may need to be updated to ensure compliance. It will also cover the key points for domiciliary care providers to be aware of to ensure they comply with Consumer Law.

speaker

14.45 - 15.15

Barbara Hobbs

Tips for preparing your next CQC inspection

BHC will be providing some practical solutions to assist you with your next CQC Inspection, the importance of planning and the relevance of producing evidence.