NCA and Skills for Care join forces to focus on dementia at conference
The National Care Association and Skills for Care have announced that they are to jointly host a Conference on 20 October 2010 on the Care of Dementia during National Care Association’s Annual Conference at the Millennium Hotel in London.
The conference will focus on; Latest developments in the care of people with dementia, Workforce issues and in particular Recruitment and Retention.
National Care Association Chief Executive, Sheila Scott said today: “National Care Association is delighted to be working in collaboration with Skills for Care on a conference focused on one of the most challenging areas of social care.
Members of National Care Association are only too aware that to develop the highest quality of care for people with dementia, the training of staff is the key.”
Tracey Wharvell, Director of Business Implementation at Skills for Care said: “This Conference will bring together prominent speakers from across social care not only in the UK but also from the United States of America. We are extremely pleased to be involved in such an important conference.
The see the full programme www.nationalcareassociation.org.uk/conference.asp
To book a place contact National Care Association on 020 7831 7090, visit www.nationalcareassociation.org.uk