WHO WE ARE
National Care Forum is the strongest voice for not-for-profit care providers and providers of quality care and support services in the UK supporting a wide range of services including home care, housing with care, day care, intermediate care, outreach, residential and nursing care, and specialist provision for all adults and older people. NCF has been promoting continuous improving quality care for over 20 years and has become a leading voice with 100 members within the not-for-profit care sector.
The NCF Annual Conference is an opportunity for members, non-members and those within the care sector to:
- connect up
- support and promote innovation
- help build evidence
- developing leadership and promoting growth.
Members and Non-members are welcome to attend the NCF Annual Conference and contribute to the conversations and debate – learn more about NCF
A jam packed 24 hours at great value!
Book now to secure your places - REGISTRATION
WHAT’S ON THE PROGRAMME - there’s lots happening this year!
- As well as the main programme of speakers and workshop sessions
- Put your questions forward to our Panel including Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector Adult Social Care, CQC, Margaret Wilcox OBE, incoming president ADASS and Prof Keith Willett, Medical Director, Acute Care, NHS England
- A focused event for Trustees and Non-Execs - Governance Hub
- The Rising Stars Programme for the next generation of potential leaders who are currently Registered Managers
- On top is a Technology Exhibition for all delegates - leading on from our latest event on data and technology and its potential use in the care sector ‘Unlocking Data’s Potential’
- The much anticipated performance by award winning Homeward Bound
- Visit the Sponsor Exhibition – bring your questions to organisations representing insurance, food & hygiene, legal advice, procurement, chartered surveying and architecture
- Conference drinks reception and dinner – meet peers, share experiences and enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere!
- Health Education England – Workforce Fit for the Future
- Tonic Housing – LGBT older people and care
- Change – Easy Read developments for Dementia and Learning Disability
- Buurtzorg – Modelling new Approaches to Home Care
- Friends of the Elderly – Charting the Improvement Journey – a personal perspective on organisational change
- Anthony Collins LLP – Governance – Getting it right for Social Care
- Cohesion – The Future of Recruitment
- CommonAge – Developing the appetite for Commonwealth engagement in the older people’s agenda