A Focus on Home Care


Coming to the NEC on the 26th and 27th March, Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo is the UK’s most dynamic event for the care sector. Recognising the need for development towards a more sustainable social care business model, this event is a tremendous opportunity for social care business owners to gain free CPD accredited training into key areas of the care profession. Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo will have 300 cutting edge exhibitors for visitors to navigate their way through, experiencing first hand the innovations that will aid in business growth and implementing a sustainable care model.

With the NHS budget last year providing some reprieve for the industry to enjoy, there still needs to be an effective plan for the future. Also, with the Age UK survey showing 97% of Brits over 50 would prefer to receive care in their own home, there remains a clear demand for a more sustainable home care service. Across the 300 exhibitors at Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo, visitors will find everything they will need to help meet this growing demand. From cutting edge technology that makes managing paperwork that much easier and stress free, to catering services that ensure the complex, personal dietary requirements of each individual are met. The sensory and environmental experts exhibiting will be able to offer their services and insight into how effective and beneficial having a good living environment can be for people living with dementia.

This all contributes to the generation of consistent, personalised care for everyone. As well as this, the Home Care Theatre will give dedicated information for any home care business owner looking to grow and benefit from the established public want. For all visitors, the Business Growth Theatre will be a space of quality business advice, with seminars led by professionals who have first hand experience in generating strong business growth in the face of increased need.

For every seminar and masterclass attended visitors will receive CPD points. Given how difficult it can be for social care business owners and managers to allocate the time and budget, this is a perfect opportunity to gain the essential training. The seminar programme will be hosted by exceptional thought leaders including Alison Murray from CQC, Vic Rayner from the National Care Forum, and Bridget Warr CBE from UKHCA. Amongst others, the topics will include the integration of modern technology, preparing for CQC inspection, and the integration of health and social care services. Each speaker is recognised for their outstanding contribution to the progression of the social care industry. This is a unprecedented opportunity to learn directly from the people developing the industry towards sustainability.

Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo will be the premium platform in 2019 for care home and home care business owners to experience how best to grow their business, better their care, and work towards a sustainable future. The expo is dedicated to creating positive change within the care industry. As well as this, the Virtual Dementia Tour will be a key feature at the event, creating an exclusive opportunity for visitors to experience. Using contemporary technology, the Virtual Dementia Tour will give visitors an empathic experience of how it feels to live with dementia. This is an invaluable tool to further the continued improvement of care, truly pushing the industry towards outstanding care throughout the industry.