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You all know that Welbeing is the leading telecare supplier in the UK. But did you know that we also tour the country telling the industry about what we do?

In addition to being involved with local events such as Let’s Do Business Eastbourne and The Good Life Show, and sponsoring community activity projects including the National Citizen Service, as high quality accredited members of the Telecare Association, Welbeing also proudly represents the industry at leading B2B exhibitions, conferences and seminars.

Each year the company gets involved with numerous trade events, and this year is no different. In October alone, we will be at two major conferences…

 

From Tuesday 11th to Friday 13th October, Welbeing will be at Bournemouth’s International Centre on stand F12 amongst more than 1,000 like-minded delegates at the National Children and Adult Services Conference (NCASC) which is organised by organised by the Local Government Association (LGA), Association of Directors of Social Services (ADASS) and Association of Directors of Children’s Services (ADCS).

Welbeing’s CEO Steve Smith will be presenting on “The Future of Technology Enabled Care” in Speakers’ Corner 2017 on Thursday 12th October in the Bourne Lounge at 10:20am with a focus on how services allow people to live independently independently and take charge of their future using a wide range of the very latest internet and video technology producing the most advanced, easy to procure care packages centered around the users and their families.

With key speakers such as Barbara Keeley MP, Shadow Minister for Mental Health and Social Care; Robert Goodwill MP, Minister of State for Children and Families, Department for Education and Jackie Doyle-Price MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health, Department of Health, in the line-up, the event will again prove it’s worth as the most significant in the industry and will be attended by key decision makers for children’s services, adult care and health in the statutory, voluntary and private sectors.

The following week, between the 16th and 17th at the ICC in Birmingham, Welbeing’s team will be at The International Technology Enabled Care Conference (ITEC 2017) on stand 17 alongside hundreds of policymakers, entrepreneurs, frontline workers, commissioners and sector leaders.

Known as the leading event for a wide range of stakeholders working in technology enabled care (TEC) from health, social care, home care, third sector and other relevant industries, there will be plenty of opportunities to share experiences relevant to this years’ conference focus which is ‘Putting people first: by discussing inspirational ideas and practical solutions from the experts’. The theme echoes Welbeing’s ability to combine quality assured services across the nation with long-term relationships based on value, trust and understanding.

Conference sessions will include content from Keith McNeil, Chief Clinical Information Officer Health and Social Care, NHS England; Shona Robison MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing, and Sport, Scottish Government; Sir David Behan, Chief Executive of Care Quality Commission and Anne Cooper, Chief Nurse, NHS Digital.

“We look forward to showcasing our telecare solutions for vulnerable individuals and bringing our 30 years’ industry experience along to these events, as well as engaging with our fellow peers and welcoming visitors to our stands.“ said Steve Smith, CEO “Opportunities like this identify us as one of the market leaders in telecare that we are”.

If you’d like to set up a meeting at either conference with one of our team members, please call 01323 644422. Alternatively, if you have a relevant event coming up that Welbeing could support, please email info@welbeing.org.uk.

In the meantime, make sure you are following @Wel_being on Twitter to keep up-to-date with our announcements at NCASC and ITEC 2017.

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