The annual Henry Stewart briefing on Nursing and Care Homes: Values and Trends is scheduled for Tuesday 9 February 2016 and this year will be held at Le Meridien Piccadilly, London. The information packed programme for owners, operators, local authorities, lenders, suppliers, agents and advisors covers nursing and care homes, assisted living and domiciliary services as well as a wide range of third age housing.
In panels, case study sessions and keynote talks the focus is firmly on ‘current values and what can be done to increase them’. Funding, investment, planning, regulation, demand and marketing strategies will all be covered. As Michael Voges, Executive Director, Associated Retirement Community Operators (ARCO) says “The issues don’t change too often and the objectives are pretty constant – it’s just that the means of addressing and achieving them keep changing.” “That’s the focus of this annual briefing” adds Patricia Connelly, CEO of Henry Stewart Conferences “to ensure the latest developments and thinking are available to decision makers across the piste”.
Perhaps Mrs Nadra Ahmed, Chairman, National Care Association sums it all up in her keynote address when she tackles the question “What must we do now not to look back with regret in the years to come?”
“Looking back is only a means of learning from the past to improve the future. So to avoid looking back with regret we must make sure that we create a realistic pathway to the future, one which recognises that there are limits to expectations but there must be no barriers to quality,” comments Mrs. Ahmed.
Full details of all the topics, speakers and panellists can be seen at: http://henrystewartconferences.com/NursingandCareHomes2016/