National Social Care Conference 2019
This September 11 - 12 sees the return of Wales's largest social care-focused event, offering a unique conference experience to sponsors, exhibitors and delegates.
This is a very special (and very busy) event in the year for us at Practice Solutions. The annual event is tailored to offer something for everyone from all aspects of the care workforce, from frontline staff providing care and support, to senior management and key senior decision makers in local and national government.
We (Practice Solutions) provide a wide range of business support services to ADSS Cymru who deliver the event alongside Social Care Wales. Furthermore, this year we are also sponsoring the new digital app, which will provide key information, with searchable lists for delegates, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors, programme information and live news updates as well as a platform to connect with each other. We will also be providing a special meeting place that you can book in advance to avoid the rush. (Get in touch for more details on this).
Taking place in the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, in the heart of Cardiff, there will be an unrivalled opportunity to participate in the debate around the future of social care in Wales, and to promote your services.
There are only a few exhibitor spaces available, so if you work in the public, private and voluntary sectors within social care and related sectors, this is a unique opportunity to raise your profile that you can't afford to miss out on. Exhibitors get protected time to communicate with your key audience during breaks, giving you the crucial opportunity to have those one to one conversations about your products and services.
Your exhibition package will include all the usual stand/table (two sizes available) and chairs, power and WiFi (limited), as well as your literature included in the delegate bags and two places to attend the conference.
With a whole host of other great opportunities, find out more on how to get involved here.
Did we mention the amazing line up? Here are just some of the speakers:
Josh Llewelyn-Jones OBE, Lee Ridley, aka Lost Voice Guy, Professor Sir Sam Everington OBE, GP Bromley by Bow Partnership, Tower Hamlets, Junior Smart, Hibo Wardere, Isabelle Trowler, Dr Kate Allatt, Prof Ann John, Dr Phil Cooper MBE , Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services, Julie Morgan AM, Director of Social Services and Integration for Welsh Government, Albert Heaney, Councillor Huw David....but the list goes on.