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Access Group looking forward to innovative partnership with National Care Forum 

The National Care Forum (NCF) – the leading association for not-for-profit social care is pleased to announce that Access Health Support and Care, part of the Access Group, has become a partner and mentor for the Care Innovation Challenge. They will attend the innovation weekend at the end of June, joining other mentors in working with participants to develop innovative ideas for the social care sector. 

Vic Rayner OBE, CEO of NCF said: “As we’re now only a few days away from the Care Innovation Challenge the excitement is building and the energy is being accelerated by the news that Access Health Support and Care will be joining us. I’m sure that they will bring something incredibly special to inspire this year’s cohort of innovators as their position in the care market ideally places them to collaborate with our other mentors to guide participants as they develop their ideas into viable business solutions for people in receipt of care and support.” 

Steve Sawyer, Managing Director at Access Health Support and Care, commented: “We are thrilled to announce our sponsorship of the National Care Forum’s ‘Care Innovation Challenge’. This event is a crucial platform for discussing and addressing the many challenges faced by the care sector today. 

“At Access HSC we firmly believe in the power of innovation and the importance of supporting the next generation of care professionals. We are committed to investing in the future of care and are excited to see the fresh, impactful ideas that this event will undoubtedly deliver. 

“We are grateful for the opportunity to support such an important initiative and look forward to being part of a vibrant, forward-thinking community dedicated to making a difference in the sector. 

Let’s come together to inspire and drive change for a better future in care.” 

The Care Innovation Challenge brings together entrepreneurs and innovators, university students and care sector colleagues, from the worlds of business and lived experience, to create solutions to key challenges facing the care sector.  Following the Innovation Weekend at Coventry University’s Technology Centre later in June, the five participants or teams with the best ideas as judged by our mentors, will be selected to go forward to the final which will be voted for by delegates at the Care Show in Birmingham in October. 

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