Health and Social Care Providers event by My Choice Local

19th March 2013

My Choice Local / MCL Social Marketing are delighted to provide an event for all Health and Social Care providers / professionals on 15th May 2013 at Ponds Forge International venue.

Combining a compelling mix of information on self-directed support, Individual budgets, support planning and health and social care providers within the city The event gives everyone an unparalleled opportunity for professionals to come together, to learn, debate, network and talk to the public about the services they provide This event is an ideal opportunity for Local business to network with Social care providers to potentially create partnerships and business opportunities in a massive growth market. The social care sector comprises of care homes / long-term care, domiciliary / home care, and mental and learning disability care. The sector was worth £37bn in 2008/09, approximately 27% of total health spend. The sector is funded by the government and private individuals in the UK, including some £1.5bn spent by publicly-funded personal budget holders, mostly on home care According to The King's Fund estimates, social care needs an additional £6bn to meet forecast demand by 2015/16. The cost for a place at the event will be £55 

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