A business case for delivering a ‘Quality of Life’ in Care Homes
Posted On September 18, 2015 By mhauk
Date(s) - 18/09/2015
7:30 am - 9:30 am
The Care Home Sector has faced and continues to face many challenges and with an ever ageing population, these challenges and demands are expected to increase in the coming years. Being prepared and willing to tackle these challenges is key to sectors ability to provide a sustainable service and in order to address and outline some of the opportunities that Care Home owners have, Broomfield & Alexander are inviting you along to a seminar where a number of organisations involved in the sector will share their thoughts and observations.
Setting the scene is Age Cymru, the leading charity for all older people in Wales, who campaign, research and fundraise to build a better life for all older people. Through their research, they have identified examples of good practice across the sector and as a result, established the ‘My Home Life Cymru’ programme, details of which they will share. The My Home Life vision is based on a review of best practice carried out by the National Care Homes Research and Development Forum (NCHR&D Forum).
Supporting the seminar, will be some of Wales’ leading firms, Douglas Jones Mercer law, Broomfield & Alexander and Natwest, all of whom work with a number of care home owners and will be sharing their thoughts and answering questions on the challenges and opportunities faced by the sector, with topics including contractual, ownership, succession planning, staff training, financial management, funding opportunities and sustainability.
- 7:30am – Registration, breakfast and refreshments
- 8:00am – Start of seminar
- 9:30am – Q&A and end of seminar
This seminar is free to attend. To book your place click here.