The Care Show is dedicated to the people who care the most
On the 12 and 13 October, Care Show at the NEC Birmingham will welcome back thousands of managers, directors, c-suite level, and owners from home care providers, nursing homes and care homes through its’ doors.
One of the main focus areas at the Care Show is all about you, the people. Without a committed workforce, without solid leadership, and without those looking to improve quality of care, the sector would struggle.
A new dedicated educational campaign has been created around the people in care. Covering leadership, motivation, self-belief, recruitment, retention, personal health, and mental health across the two days, the Care Show team want to let those in care know there are people and companies out there who can help improve your day-to-day life.
With people at the heart of the show, the team have also decided to strengthen its partnership with The Care Workers’ Charity and will be offering
- A donation of £1.50 for every care provider who attends the show
- A further donation of £1.50 for every care provider who attends a session within the People, Workforce & Wellbeing Theatre
- A Care Workers’ Charity Shop – Your chance to support your charity by buying “Choose our carers” t-shirts and pin badges
“The Care Workers’ Charity are delighted that the Care Show is so supportive of the sector and giving back to the industry they serve. We have been a long-term supporter of the Care Show, the main event for care providers to attend and delighted that we have such a strong presence when carers need our help more than ever.” - Karolina Gerlich, Chief Executive Officer, The Care Workers’ Charity
New Feature Areas
Getting back to mass gatherings can be overwhelming and this year the Care Show will feature a Quiet & relax room off the show floor allowing delegates to gather their thoughts and have a chance to look through the programme and floorplan in peace.
More networking opportunities were requested and this October, the Care Show will launch the Beer and Bubbles Bar welcoming delegates to come and socialise with each other, share updates, or just enjoy a complimentary glass of bubbly for attending the show.
Why are you thankful for working in the care sector? The Care Show will feature Gratitude Wall where everyone is encouraged to write what they are grateful for. Your team, your manager, being able to help others? All the answers will be shared after the show to show the impact each and every one is having on social care.
Mike Corbett, Group Event Director said “The support we had at last year’s Care Show was phenomenal and we have decided to help and give back to the industry we are privileged to serve. We listened to all the feedback from last October and keen to make sure we actioned all the points made, so we can offer the best experience to everyone involved”.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
You can register for your complimentary pass to attend the Care Show.