A panel of experts from across the sector will discuss the arguments for and against safety monitoring and answer questions from the audience.
The event, sponsored by Care Protect, takes place on Tuesday 29th October 2019 at 6pm at the Crown Plaza Hotel, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. It will be chaired by Simon Parker, The Care Home Coach.
Sector specialists on the panel include Professor Martin Green OBE of Care England and Professor Graham Stokes, Memory Care Director at HCONE.
The full list of panellists is listed on this link:
Jayne Connery, founder of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable, said: “This is a far too important subject to sweep under the carpet. We have organised this debate because is vital to keep the safety of our most vulnerable in the spotlight. The panellist are all very experienced and knowledgeable within the sector and I
“Care Campaign for the Vulnerable has been campaigning for safety monitoring for a number of years now, and every day I am contacted by families with concerns about the care of their loved ones.
“There are so many good people working in the sector and monitoring protects them as well as residents. I anticipate a lively debate!”
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"We have organised this debate because is vital to keep the safety of our most vulnerable in the spotlight. "
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