We are delighted to announce our continued partnership with the National Care Forum (NCF) by once again sponsoring its annual conference, which takes place on 17–18 April at De Vere Wokefield Park, Reading.
The conference forms part of a three-day event (16–18 April) that incorporates the inaugural CommonAge Elders Forum. The theme is “Ageing in Common: An International Perspective”.
Keynote speakers, panel discussions and workshops will provide delegates with the opportunity to debate human rights and care, and learn more about what the future holds in terms of funding, retirement living, nursing provision and more. The conference also offers an exhibition and excellent networking opportunities with senior executives from the not-for-profit sector.
Carterwood is additionally continuing its sponsorship of the NCF’s Rising Stars programme, enabling it to proceed into its second year. The programme provides an opportunity to develop the next generation of leaders, and is open to registered managers who have taken up their post in the last year within NCF member organisations.
The NCF is offering 10 free places at the conference to successful Rising Stars applicants. During the conference, there will be dedicated session for the Rising Stars, and they will be introduced to a programme of support that will run through the year.
Carterwood’s co-founder and managing director, Amanda Nurse, and associate director, Tom Hartley, will be representing Carterwood and available on Carterwood’s stand. Amanda says: “We are proud to support the NCF, which works so hard to promote quality care through the not-for-profit care sector. We are very much looking forward to the stimulating debates and seeing the second generation of Rising Stars.”
Applications to nominate someone for the Rising Stars programme close on 23 March 2018. More information can be found here:
For more information about the NCF annual conference, including details on how to book a place, please visit the