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What needs to be done to integrate health and social care to reduce bureaucracy and improve transparency? Hear from Martin Green: http://ow.ly/aUHq30iywt6 Care England
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The conference is taking place this Tuesday at The King's Fund. Limited tickets remain. Book yours today here: http://ow.ly/DfXZ30iyw13 #futureofcare
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How will innovation continue to shape the future of the sector given demographic and fiscal pressures? Hear from Nigel and others during the panel debate: What Next for the Care Home Sector http://ow.ly/Mj3r30iyvTS
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The seminar programme has been confirmed for Care Roadshow Glasgow. Free talks from Care Inspectorate, Quality Compliance Systems and... http://ow.ly/vZOq30iyvaO
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The social care and dementia crises go hand in hand. http://ow.ly/Flou30iyv0p | The Guardian
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Panel Debate: A Social Care System Fit for the Future will be chaired by Nadra Ahmed. See the full line-up of panelists here: http://ow.ly/4zHc30iyuJp
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Care Roadshow Glasgow is returning to Hampden Park on 17th April. You can register for your free tickets here: http://ow.ly/MKUu30iyuPt #careroadshows
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Maybe we should rename our sector, ‘The Caring Sector’, rather than just ‘The Care Sector’. http://ow.ly/tAoF30iysSS via Quality Compliance Systems
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See the full programme here: http://ow.ly/jZ0e30iysdv #FutureOfCare
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Many care homes have therapy pets such as guinea pigs and rabbits, and there is a high demand for visiting dementia dogs and therapy horses, but alpacas are still quite an unusual choice. http://ow.ly/BCzs30iyrQu | carehome.co.uk
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