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Social Care Leaders Invite You To Join The Discussion

Social care leaders come together in an online round table discussion that’s not to be missed.

Participants will be discussing the need to drive better awareness, understanding, knowledge and best in class practice for disabled people, both as people the sector supports and as employees in our teams.

When 22% of people in the UK have a disability and the social care sector faces increasing workforce pressure, recruiting and supporting disabled colleagues is more important than ever.

Purple, the cross-sector Championing Social Care initiative and CareTech Foundation will come together to discuss how to improve the experiences of disabled people in social care, and you can join them too on Zoom on Thursday, 25th November 2021 11:00 – 12:00. Book Here (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/round-table-improving-the-experience-of-disabled-people-in-social-care-tickets-205558640427?aff=erelexpmlt)

Getting ahead of the curve and recognising the importance of the discussion, the round table participants include some well-known names:

  • Martin Green, Chief Executive, Care England
  • Ruth Owen, CEO, Leonard Cheshire
  • Angela Boxall, COO, Majesticare
  • Mike Adams, CEO, Purple
  • Jonathan Freeman, CEO, CareTech Foundation
  • Tim Reddish, Board Member, International Paralympic Committee & Advisory Council Member, CareTech Charitable Foundation
  • Palvi Dodhia, Founder and COO, Serene Care
  • Adam Hutchinson, CEO, Belmont Healthcare
  • Jonathon Brooks, Director, Gilbert Meher
  • Mandip Bhogal, Associate, Knight Frank
  • Margaret Willcox, Regional Assurance Lead for the West Midlands, Department of Health and Social Care

Professor Martin Green OBE, Chief Executive: Care England says: “Social Care exists to offer the best life to the people we support. The Purple Tuesday seminar is an opportunity to share experiences and debate how we can improve the experience of people who use services”.

Jonathan Freeman, CEO, CareTech Foundation says: “Improving customer experience for disabled people might be as simple as reviewing your website and making sure it is accessible to everyone who might be trying to find out more about the care you offer. The round table discussion will offer practical tips and well as highlight the commitments we should all be making for a much more successful social care sector in 2022.”

Join the discussion, share your experiences and help set our future agenda.

Who should attend?

Those within the social care sector including; operations, admissions, lifestyle, recruitment and marketing teams. The session will also be helpful for those who work with and supply the sector.

Purple, the cross-sector Championing Social Care initiative and CareTech Foundation have come together to celebrate Purple Tuesday in Social Care, and we want you involved to make a real difference.

Over the last four years, Purple Tuesday – created and coordinated by Purple – has become the number one brand for improving the disabled customer experience. Organisations commit to making changes to their activities and wider practice to raise the quality of their service for disabled people.

For more information about Championing Social Care https://championingsocialcare.org.uk/ 

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