Care Roadshows 2011 Brighton

Event details

23rd November 2011
Hilton Brighton Metropole

About the event

The Hilton Brighton Metropole is to host the next Care Roadshow on Wednesday 23rd November. The roadshow is your chance to meet with leading suppliers from across the care sector. Care Roadshow, Brighton is a free event catered to all decision makers within the care sector. It will be a stimulating and inspiring environment for all professionals within the industry.

The roadshows focus on bringing dedicated care suppliers to your area and are specially chosen for their unique and quality products and services.  These established companies will display innovations in finance, activity training, recruitment and other essential services.

A key feature at the roadshow will be “'Come to Tea’ – promoting well being outcomes”. Run by the highly respected NAPA team this isafast paced and interactive learning workshop which promotes Physical activity, Eating well and Feeling good for Care Home residents.

It is a unique opportunity to participate in thought provoking activities, quizzes and games which are full of stimulating ideas and free resources for you to take back to your care home. There will be prizes on offer for participants which include smoothie-makers, free training materials and Activity ideas folders.

The roadshow will also host an informative seminar by Jennifer Dickens, CQC which will focus on informing delegates of the latest changes to the practices and processes of Care Quality Commission.

Care Roadshow, Brighton is to be held in the Viscount Suite at the Hilton Brighton Metropole on Wednesday 23rd November 2011.

For more information or to pre-register for your free ticket, please call 01425 838393 or visit

Attendee Information

Care Roadshows are recommended to all in these professions:

 Care Home Owners and Managers
 Sheltered Housing Executives
 Social Services Executives
 Healthcare Professionals
 Care Providers
 Home Carers

Exhibitor information

Suppliers of products and services to the care home and domiciliary care sector.