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North West

In association with the Lancashire Care Association

Care Conference
17 October 2013 De Vere Venues Whites, Bolton

THE FUTURE OF CARE & COMMISSIONING


In association with the Lancashire Care Association

95+VAT
All delegates w ill be entered to W IN a nights luxury hote stay and 3 cours l e dinner for two

Delegate places start from

The North West Care Conference


17 October De Vere Venues Whites, Bolton
The future of care, commissioning and safeguarding in Lancashire and the North West. Giving you the opportunity to take part in content led sessions from the best quality national and regional speakers offering real examples and opportunities to take your business forward

PRIZE DRAW!

SUBJECTS AT A GLANCE
 Market facilitation by LAs to benefit providers  Implementing funding reforms Understanding the local care market  Bank finance whats happening in reality?  The role of inspector managers  Workshops:  Efficiencies that dont impact on care quality  How to market your care home 3 simple steps to full beds

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?


 Owners / directors / senior management from the independent care sector across Lancashire and the North West GPs  Local authority commissioning managers  NHS/PCT commissioning managers Care consultants Other sector professionals

Supported and organised by Care Management Matters

Sponsored by

TO BOOK YOUR TICKET VISIT

www.mcculloughmoore.co.uk/northwestcare

A NEW TYPE OF REGIONAL CONFERENCE...


...the North West Care Conference 2013
According to forecasts from the Office of National Statistics, the UKs ageing population will see the number of over 65s grow by 40% over the next 20 years.
The independent sector still delivers the vast majority of care in the UK and regional care associations represent the lifeblood of the independent care sector. The North West Care Conference agenda has been developed in partnership with Lancashire Care Association to ensure that it reflects the specific needs of delegates, ensuring it is aimed at owners, operators and senior management. In these increasingly unstable economic times CMM is going on the road to take the message of the magazine to providers. Benefits of attending: The North West Care Conference will provide you with the opportunity to develop your knowledge in a new learning experience, keep you up-to-date with the latest regulations and allow you to network in a professional and intimate environment. You will be able to share experiences with like-minded people, gaining new perspectives on the job you do and the difference you make to peoples lives. Youll be able to benchmark your organisation against others in your region and leave with a wealth of opportunities to consider.

Paul Simic, CEO, Lancashire Care Association LCA is really pleased to be working with Care Management Matters on this years conference. This is the premier North-West event in the care calendar and is a key information and networking event for care providers, commissioners and customers.

Ken Nolan, Chair, Lancashire Care Association To meet the challenges facing the quality care sector (which are going to get more, not less, difficult over the coming months and years) we need strong associations to speak up for providers and to represent them. We need to do this in the context of effective networks. That is what LCA is about. That is the focus of this conference.

SOURCE NEW PRODUCTS AND SERVICES AT THE EXHIBITION


The exhibition, running alongside the conference, will showcase more than 30 manufacturers and service providers who will be demonstrating the very latest care supplies ideal for your organisation.

THE VENUE DE VERE VENUES WHITES, BOLTON


The De Vere Venues Whites offers: Free internet access Free parking Just off Junction 6 of the M61 125 bedrooms Mini gym Heated indoor pool

To book your delegate place simply complete the booking form overleaf or call Denise Woodhatch on 01293 854401

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME TO INCLUDE:

Market facilitation by LAs to benefit providers Professor Andrew Kerslake - Emeritus Professor and Associate Director, Institute of Public Care, Oxford Brookes This presentation will include: The Delivering Care Markets for Quality and Choice programme The Governments market oversight agenda How these twin policy themes are likely to play out in the care market The future agenda for care providers The role of inspector managers CQC Implementing funding reforms Funding Reform Lead, Department of Health Details of the Governments funding reform for social care, progress on implementation and how you can get involved. Themed panel discussion safeguarding Understanding the local care market Roger Harcourt Partner and Head of Healthcare, Shakespeares The challenges, opportunities and threats affecting care providers including local economy, funding policies, health reforms and bank funding. Bank Finance whats happening in reality? Mark Ellis - Head of Social Care Banking Services, Key Markets, Lloyds TSB Interpretations of the market conditions and perspectives on: What finance is available and for what type of care home projects? What terms are on offer? Qualifying criteria How readily available is acquisition finance obtained? Is there any support being offered for clients that might find themselves in difficulty?

WORKSHOPS TO INCLUDE:

Efficiencies that dont impact on care quality John Lucas Partner, Hazlewoods Innovative ideas that providers in regions of the country (with similar market forces to Lancashire) have implemented to increase efficiency and profitability. What are the risks, the returns and how difficult are they to replicate? How to market your care home - 3 simple steps to full beds Simon Beck, Founder Care Home Marketing Expert Practical tips to help you improve your marketing and fill your beds. Positioning and how to create a compelling and persuasive message for your potential customer Lead generation techniques to get the phone ringing  Top techniques for converting enquiries into profitable new customers when they come to look around the home

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION VISIT

www.mcculloughmoore.co.uk/northwestcare
To book your delegate place simply complete the booking form overleaf or call Denise Woodhatch on 01293 854401

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North West Care Conference 2013 17 October De Vere Venues Whites, Bolton

North West

Care Conference
17 October 2013 De Vere Venues Whites, Bolton

THE FUTURE OF CARE & COMMISSIONING


In association with the Lancashire Care Association

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Please send completed booking forms to denise@mcculloughmoore.co.uk, fax back to 01293 852375 or call 01293 854401
Alternatively, you can post forms back to: North West Care Conference c/o McCullough Moore Ltd, Meadow Court, Faygate Lane, Faygate, West Sussex RH12 4SJ

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