See below for Care Roadshow Liverpool 2022 programme, the programme for 2023 will be updated closer to the show!
The seminars will be covering current issues within the care sector and are free for visitors to attend. CPD certificates are available for seminar attendees upon completion of a Certificate Request Form which will be available at the show.
We can’t wait to see you all in Liverpool on the 10th May 2022, check out below our amazing CPD seminar programme along with our incredibly talented speakers.
New to Care Roadshows Liverpool this year is the addition of our exciting speaker panels! Our experts will be speaking on a range of topics from recruitment, dementia care, QCS policies, and an update from inspectors! Check them out below along with our popular single speaking slots.
10.15am -11.00am: Panel Discussion: Recruitment and Retention – Defeating the Crisis
Recruitment and importantly retention has constantly been an immense challenge for the care sector. What possibilities can 2022 provide to transport employment within care into a new era?
Paul Blane, Managing Director, SVL Care Homes
John Townley, Group Head of Recruitment Operations, Alcedo Care
Karen Dakin, Director of People, Home Instead
Scott Sherriden, Managing Director, Purpletribe
11.30am – 12.00pm: Meaningful Engagement Matters in Dementia Care
• What it is to be ‘Meaningful’ and how getting this right is important to the well-being of a person with dementia
• What do we mean by ‘Engagement’, why is it important and how do we get it right?
• What is the benefit of meaningful engagement to the person with dementia, their close ones, care givers and care service providers?
• How can you measure and evidence that Meaningful Engagement is happening?
Jackie Pool, Dementia Care Champion, Quality Compliance Systems Ltd
12.45pm – 1.30pm: Panel Discussion: What does the Future hold for the Care Sector?
Join this panel as they share their ideas on what the next 5-10 years might look like for the care sector. They will discuss some of the sectors current hot topics including the role of technology, funding and collaboration opportunities.
Lucy Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, Right at Home
Jonathan Cunningham MBE, Owner, Rosebank Care Home
Paula Beaney, Quality Assurance Director, Promedica24 UK
Adam Purnell, Director of Social Care, Institute of Health & Social Care Management
Dr Rob Cashin, Former GP with Lived Experience of Home Care
2.00pm – 2.30pm: An Update From the CQC
Join this CQC session to get a better understanding of how we’re changing the way we regulate to improve care for everyone with the publication of our new strategy, as well an update on our work over the last 12 months and a chance to ask questions of your local inspection manager. We look forward to seeing you there.
Nathan Bryson, Interim Inspection Manager, Adult Social Care Inspection Directorate, Care Quality Commission
Our speakers will be sharing their years of knowledge, strategies and tactics in our exciting seminars and panel sessions!
Take a look below to find out more about each of our experts and why you won’t want to miss seeing them in action.
Adam Purnell’s Bio
Adam Purnell (he/him), director of social care for the instituted of Health and Social Care management (IHSCM) is a passionate former care manager and keen social care campaigner. He is an ambassador for John’s Campaign, co-founder and host of The Caring View, the only live, weekly, social care chat show, and helped create the #GreenHeartForSocialCare Campaign.
Adams work at the IHSCM focuses on providing quality content and support to their social care members. He also leads the social care innovators for the IHSCM and he recently produced a ‘People Plan for Social Care’ calling for reform for the sectors workforce.
Jackie Pool’s Bio
An experienced occupational therapist, Jackie has worked in a number of high-profile roles for some of the country’s largest health and social care providers. She is also the founder of the PAL Instrument has authored many books and articles on the topic of dementia.
Currently Jackie works as QCS’ Dementia Care Champion, as well as a researcher at the Universities of Manchester and Exeter. Jackie is also a multi-award winner she won the ‘National Dementia Care Award’ for ‘Best Dementia Care and was also recognised by NAPA for her outstanding career contribution.
Jonathan Cunningham MBE
Jonathan Cunningham’s Bio
Jonathan Cunningham is the Registered Care Manager for Birkdale Park Nursing Home and Rosebank Care Home basing in Southport.
John Townley’s Bio
John has worked in the Homecare sector for the past 10 years at Director level, with responsibility for recruitment and mobilising new contracts all around the UK. John was attracted to Alcedo Care with family values at its core. With such exciting growth plans in the pipeline, it was a great opportunity for him to utilise his experience in the home care sector within a ‘family’ business.
John enjoys sharing his passion for care, positivity and creativity, and building a high performing dynamic Recruitment Team. He believes it’s so important to approach the challenges of recruitment and retention with energy and enthusiasm, and at the same time develop team players into new roles as the Alcedo family grows.
Karen Dakin’s Bio
Karen’s key remit is to establish Home Instead as a recognised employer of choice in the UK so we can continue to support more clients stay at home. That means maintaining its position as a place people aspire to work for, work with, or recommend. Karen and the People team are responsible for providing best in class approaches and resources to the network and National Office team on ways to attract, develop and retain the workforce. She will lead the 2022 initiative of professionalising the role of the CAREGiver.
With extensive experience in the retail sector, including brands such as B&Q and Dixons, Karen has spent several years part of world-class people practice teams. Most recently, Karen was Head of Central Services at Virgin Care Ltd, which provides frontline NHS and social care services across England.
Karen joined Home Instead’s National Office as Head of People in 2017. Since then, she has focused on transforming some of the people practices, and in 2020 was promoted to People Director. In this role, Karen ensures that employees are at the heart of everything Home Instead does. As a member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD), Karen has access to the latest research and insights into human resource management. This helps her to innovate Home Instead’s practices and achieve her personal goal of enabling our people to be their very best.
Lucy Campbell’s Bio
Lucy has a wealth of experience in franchising and home care, with a strong track record of supporting a wide portfolio of businesses to thrive, taking them from pre-start through to scale. Prior to Right at Home Lucy’s most notable successes came from her time in the ‘For More Than Profit’ arena where she was instrumental in supporting businesses to not only secure significant investment and drive profit, but also to make a genuine difference. Since joining Right at Home almost 7 years ago, Lucy has carried out a number of senior leadership roles, most recently being promoted to CEO, having played an instrumental role in the growth and development of the organisation. Not least, under Lucy’s leadership, Right at Home has scaled to over 70 offices nationwide, secured multiple awards in both the Home Care and Franchising arenas, whilst firmly establishing the brand as one synonymous with quality and trust- proudly standing at 36% of inspected offices having been rated as Outstanding by the CQC.
Lucy attributes much of Right at Home’s successes to the fantastic culture of togetherness, a commitment to values-based leadership and a firm commitment to continuous improvement and excellence- something which transcends through every level of the business, stating that,
“From Clients and their families, to franchisees, CareGivers and the National Office team, this ethos shines throughout the organisation; and it’s made us a strong, sustainable, profitable and outstanding company… one that’s set to impact even more lives in the future.”
In addition to the above Lucy also sits on the board of the Homecare Association, where she is proud to play a part in influencing the necessary sector specific change.
Nathan Bryson’s Bio
Nathan has worked in the public sector for some 29 years. The majority of this time has been spent in operational frontline roles spanning health, homelessness and social care. In 2015 Nathan made the move into health and social care regulation, joining the Care Quality Commission as an inspector. More recently, Nathan has moved into the role of interim inspection manager covering the Liverpool, Sefton and Halton areas.
Nathan has a strong background in equality, diversity and human rights. He is a passionate advocate in ensuring equality and human rights is not seen as a problem but seen as a solution. Nathan has championed the work of outstanding providers who have had a focus on equality and human rights when successfully developing exceptional services and doing so in times of financial restraint, when too often equality and human rights issues drop off the agenda.
Paul Blane’s Bio
Paul is the MD of both SVL Care Homes and Care Business Associate Training. Starting his career as a Care Worker at the age of 17, Paul went on to own Care Homes in the Northwest of England by the age of 25. As an influencer within the Social Care Industry, Paul has helped hundreds of Care Businesses to achieve better outcomes. The training company that he owns, has over 300 established educators across the UK delivering workforce courses into the biggest companies both in the UK and abroad. Paul continues to support and drive standards within the industry as a moderator of the Health & Social Care Club.
Paula Beaney’s Bio
Paula has worked in Health and Social Care for over 30 years, she trained as a social worker, worked as a Registered Manager for a number of years and then an Operational Director for a charity supporting adults with additional learning and mental health needs.
Paula was an Equality Advisor for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, a CQC Inspector for a number of years and an Interim Inspection Manager. Paula joined Promedica24, a live in care specialist, in 2017 as their Quality Assurance Director.
Last year Paula won the Social Care Quality Assurance Leadership Award.
Paula is a member of a number of different forums all linked to Quality, care, and making things better. She is passionate about people having real choices about their care and that they are fully informed about the choices available to them.
Paula loves her dogs, kids and husband – and admits probably in that order!
Scott Sherriden’s Bio
Experience in recruiting, IT and a chance meeting on a train inspired Scott to develop a new managed recruitment service. Purpletribe helps CEOs of home care, and care home companies save valuable time, reduce costs, achieve double-digit growth, and reduce reliance on agency staff by ensuring care worker recruitment is right first time. The team helps care providers hire, onboard and retain staff with the right values, improve care quality and drive revenue growth.