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News 18th September 2023

The Care Show 2023: Not to be missed talks

By Sarah Jenkins

The biggest free care show of the autumn is nearly here! Join us at The Care Show in the Birmingham NEC on Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th October. 

Pick up useful tips for your service, listen to thought provoking debates and discover new solutions to help improve the care and support you provide. Nourish Care will be on-hand at stand E50 to show you our digital care planning platform and answer any questions you may have about making the switch to Nourish and what funding is available for you to digitalise your care records if you are still paper-based.  

As well as being on stand E50, Nourish are participating in a number of talks across both days. 

Wednesday 11th October | 11.40am – 12.25pm | Care Keynote Theatre

Join Nuno Almeida, Nourish Founder and CEO, and a panel of speakers for an interesting and informative discussion talking about one of the most topical issues in social care today; how do we drive quality care to improve outcomes for people being supported.

This discussion will explore the impact of digital technology on driving positive change in the sector and setting new standards for best practice. Joining Nuno to debate these questions will be a panel of Nourish customers including Joanna Scammell, Managing Director for Technology Enabled Care at Community Integrated Care; Becky Speight, Director of Operations at Style Acre; Jason Briggs, Head of Strategy, Change and Performance at MHA and Mark Holmes, Registered Manager at Kenward Trust.

Thursday 12th October | 11.40am – 12.10pm | Technology Theatre

Unlocking the true potential of digital social care calls for a fresh perspective on best practice methodologies.  In this session we’ll delve into how to use technology to improve care co-ordination and delivery, and how technology solution providers can work collaboratively giving care providers all the tools they need to improve outcomes for those being supported. 

Join Jeremy Baldwin, Chief Product Officer and Denise Tack, Director of Partner and Business Engagement at leading digital care records platform Nourish Care, along with Susan Weller, Digital Transformation Director at Greensleeves Care, for an interesting and informative session on how re-imagining best practice digital care can drive positive change and outcomes across the health and social care sector.

The Outstanding Society

We are proud to support and partner with The Outstanding Society and the incredible work they do across health and social care for those supported and those providing support. Members of the Nourish team will be participating in the following talks alongside The Outstanding Society as part of our partnership.

Wednesday 11th October | 1.30pm – 2pm | Learning Lounge

Join an exciting panel of guests to discuss the all important issue of keeping data for people supported safe as health and social care continues to embrace digital ways of working. With Samantha Crawley (Bracebridge Care Group|), Jeremy Baldwin (Nourish), Tandeep Gill (PainChek), Chris Donnelly (Lottie Organisation), Katie Thorn (Digital Social Care) and Kehan Zhou (Camascope), the panel is set to be teeming with knowledge.

Wednesday 11th October | 2.30pm – 3pm | Learning Lounge

Join The Outstanding Society for the launch of The Out Standing Diversity Forum, a movement that will work to foster inclusion for all diverse, socially mobile, and under-represented talent and service users working and using the Adult Social Care sector, and to promote inclusion and best practice in all facets of the sector by working to share and promote a space to learn and share from each other in order to create environments where the best talent can succeed and for the benefit of the people we care for.

Lee Gilbert, Marketing Director at Nourish will be part of this conference session.

Wednesday 11th October | 3.00pm – 3.30pm | Learning Lounge

The VIVALDI Social Care Study‘s mission is to improve the quality of life for people living, visiting, and working in care homes, while also reducing the risk of infections and avoiding hospital admissions. They endeavour to achieve this through the study that utilises existing data, with minimal input required from care home providers.

The study was officially launched in April and The Care Show offers an opportunity to share how the study has progressed. Carrie McDonald, Clinical Lead at Nourish will be part of this conference session.

To book your free ticket to The Care Show, head to their website to register. 

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