Care Roadshows return to Scottish soil this Spring

Care Roadshow
14 Feb, 2017

Care Roadshows are delighted to be back on Scottish soil at Hampden Park Stadium on Tuesday 28th March.

At Care Roadshows, visitors receive practical advice and information to assist in the running of their care business. Previous shows have brought inspiration, innovation and ideas to all those who attend and 2017 will be no different!

Care Roadshows return to Glasgow soil 2017The events continue to attract owners, directors and senior management from key care providers across the country and this event has been tailored for care professionals of Glasgow. The educational and informative seminars are led by recognised associations who endeavour to keep you up to date with the latest regulations and ideas.

This year, Care Roadshows welcome to the stage Care Inspectorate and Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) due to popular demand. With the National Care Standards in Scotland under review and the Scottish Government currently consulting on integrated standards that will apply across health and social care, Care Inspectorate’s seminar provides an opportunity to look at the new standards in detail and consider their implications for the future provision of care.

Exhibitors including Boots, Citation and Fast Aid Medical & Mobility will be on hand to offer advice and information on how they can help your care setting flourish. Also, headline sponsors Quality Compliance Systems will be in attendance to discover how they can help you deliver great care while easily meeting compliance and quality assurance standards.

The event aims to improve the lives of older people, bringing together visitors with suppliers and seminars to help care providers achieve outstanding levels of care time and time again. There is also the chance to win a £100 cash draw on the day so be sure not to miss out!

For more information and to register for your FREE tickets for yourself and colleagues, visit www.careroadshows.co.uk or call 01425 838393.

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