Roadshows Dedicated to Care Professionals

15th April 2011

The care community is preparing for the launch of Care Roadshows. A visit to your local Care Roadshow will give you new ideas for improving efficiency; inspiration for developing your training and work practices and fresh enthusiasm to take back to your care home.

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 training provisions, virus control, waste management, software solutions, interior design and other essential services. Some of the companies that are exhibiting include Acacia Training, Blue Parrot Software, Niko Projects, Owen Mumford, The Uniform and Leisurewear Company, Vitalyz, Zest Care Systems plus many more.

A key feature at each roadshow will be the free and informative seminars, sponsored by, which will focus on informing visitors of the latest changes within the care sector. These will be led by industry experts including Deborah Westhead, Care Quality Commission and Janet Miller, Social Care Association. The topics range from dementia care and design to physical and mental sensory stimulation.

Ranald Mair, Chief Executive of Scottish Care will be presenting a seminar on the role of the independent sector in reshaping care at the Glasgow event. This seminar will give you the chance to explore the changing structure of the industry and how you can develop your care offering.

A visit to your local Care Roadshow will also give you the opportunity to discuss your opinions on care policies, practices and procedures with other industry managers and executives in the Open Forum. At each show the exhibitors and speakers will be on hand to offer advice and guidance for all aspects of your care business.

The first Care Roadshows are being held at the Glasgow Concert Halls, Glasgow on Tuesday 10th May 2011 and Old Trafford, Manchester on Thursday 30th June 2011. For more information and to register for your free ticket, please visit or call Broadway Events on 01425 838393.