Norfolk & Suffolk Care Support Ltd

Event Listings

We publicise a range of events, conferences and meetings of interest to the local care sector. Please browse or use the search facility below.

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16th Oct

NCH&C Infection Prevention & Control Annual Conference 2019

Key note speaker is Elizabeth Beech to talk about her national work with NHS England on UTIs. This is an excellent opportunity to network with other healthcare and social care providers to share best practice and problem solve issues you may have.

You will also hear from Infection Prevention and Control Specialists from around the county as well as subject matter experts such as Tissue Viability.

There will be a range of medical reps displaying products ranging from wound care to hand hygiene products. Come and take the opportunity to meet likeminded professionals and take some learning away to share in your own work place. Lunch, snacks and drinks are also provided. It is an excellent day, receives excellent reviews and provides 5 hours of face to face learning if you need to revalidate.

 

Start

9:30am
16th Oct

End

4:30pm

Address

Holiday Inn Norwich Airport,
Norwich,
NR6 6JA

Booking Details

Provider Name
NCH&C

Email
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Telephone
-

Booking form
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6th Nov

Registered Managers Local Network Meeting: Heacham

Registered Managers Network meetings are a great opportunity for Managers, Deputy Managers and those working towards moving into management to share peer support and learning opportunities, as well as catch up on best practice.

Speaker to be confirmed.

Start

10:00am
6th Nov

End

12:00pm

Address

Extra Hands, 13-14 Heacham Hall Industrial Estate,
Hunstanton Road,
Heacham,
PE31 7JT

Booking Details

Provider Name
Norfolk & Suffolk Care Support

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
01603 629211


6th Nov

UEA Dementia Forum: ‘Can sport lead to dementia?’

Speaker: Dr Michael J. Grey, Reader in Rehabilitation Neuroscience, School of Health Sciences, UEA

Recent high-profile incidences of neurodegeneration and dementia in former professional sportsmen have caused a media frenzy in the United States and concern in the British press. Whilst it has highlighted the need for greater awareness of the issue, the media coverage has led to a relatively poor understanding of the issue.  Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease that has been increasingly reported in athletes and military veterans in combat settings. It has been suggested that CTE is caused by repetitive mild traumatic brain injuries that have produced neuropathology rather than structural damage that can be seen via neuroimaging. In this talk I will discuss the science of CTE and highlight some of the preventative strategies that can be adopted.

Michael J. Grey is a neuroscientist with interests in neuroplasticity and neurorehabilitation following acquired brain injury. He leads the Concussion Action Programme with University of East Anglia’s Health and Social Care Partners. He is Co-PI for the Repetitive COncussion in Sport (RECOS) project in Birmingham where he contributes to the development of physiological tests to aid the return to play decision following concussion in sport.

Please note: the lecture theatre is on the third floor of the Julian Study Centre, if in the event of an emergency you would need assistance please contact us by reply to arrange a Personalised Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP).

Please also be aware that photography and videography may be used to film the event - if you have any questions or would not like to be filmed please reply to let us know.

The bi-monthly series of free dementia events at UEA create an exchange of knowledge between researchers, clinicians, the general public, people with dementia and their carers.  Anyone with an interest in dementia research is welcome.

Researchers from UEA will present their cutting-edge research studies and findings – with a different UEA dementia researcher leading each event.  There will also be an opportunity for people to find out how to take part in any upcoming studies.  At the end of each meeting there will be a short 15 minute Q&A and there will be tea and coffee available on arrival.


Price Information

The events are open to all and free to attend. Parking is free of charge for this event in the ‘Main Visitors Car Park’ only (see map) and parking tokens will be validated at the registration desk on arrival. Please note that other car parks on campus will incur standard UEA parking charges.

Start

2:00pm
6th Nov

End

3:00pm

Address

Room 3.02, The Harvard Lecture Theatre, Julian Study Centre,
UEA, ,
Norwich,
NR4 7TJ

Booking Details

Provider Name
UEA

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
01603 593540

Website
https://www.uea.ac.uk/medicine/research/dementia


26th Nov

N&SCS Care Provider Meeting

Save the date.

Full details and an agenda will be published nearer the time.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS MEETING WILL BE AT THE MEMORIAL HALL NOT THE FOOTBALL CLUB.

 

Start

9:30am
26th Nov

End

12:30pm

Address

Dereham Memorial Hall, 62A Norwich Street,
Dereham,
NR19 1AD

Booking Details

Provider Name
Norfolk & Suffolk Care Support

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
01603 629211


4th Dec

Registered Managers Local Network Meeting: North Norfolk

Registered Managers Network meetings are a great opportunity for Managers, Deputy Managers and those working towards moving into management to share peer support and learning opportunities, as well as catch up on best practice.

Speaker/Topic to be confirmed

Start

2:00pm
4th Dec

End

4:00pm

Address

St David’s Nursing Home, 52 Common Lane,
Sheringham,
Norfolk,
NR26 8PW

Booking Details

Provider Name
Norfolk & Suffolk Care Support

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
01603 629211


14th Jan

Registered Managers Local Network Meeting: South Norfolk

Registered Managers Network meetings are a great opportunity for Managers, Deputy Managers and those working towards moving into management to share peer support and learning opportunities, as well as catch up on best practice.

Speaker/Agenda to be confirmed.

Start

2:00pm
14th Jan

End

4:00pm

Address

Ford Place Nursing Home,
Ford Street,
Thetford,
Norfolk,
IP24 2EP

Booking Details

Provider Name
Norfolk & Suffolk Care Support

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
01603 629211


16th Jan

Registered Managers Local Network Meeting: North East Norfolk

Registered Managers Network meetings are a great opportunity for Managers, Deputy Managers and those working towards moving into management to share peer support and learning opportunities, as well as catch up on best practice.

NB: Please note that all meeting times will now be 2:15 – 4:15

Speaker: To Be Confirmed.

Start

2:15pm
16th Jan

End

4:15pm

Address

Broadacres Care Home, Hall Road,
Barton Turf,
NR12 8AR

Booking Details

Provider Name
Norfolk & Suffolk Care Support/Broadacres Care Home

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
01603 629211


5th Feb

Dementia Forum - What factors affect the quality of life of family carers of people with dementia?

Family members supporting a person with dementia often experience elevated levels of depression and anxiety as well as lower levels of quality of life (QoL). However, the support provided to family carers within medical and social care services can be limited depending on the available resources. Therefore, it is important to identify key modifiable factors that predict QoL among family carers in order to develop the targeted intervention which can have the greatest impact on their QoL with the limited resources available. Milena will present preliminary results of her PhD which aims to investigate various potential factors affecting QoL among family carers and discuss how the findings may inform future support and development initiatives.

Milena Contreras graduated as a psychologist in 2015 in Argentina and moved to Spain in 2016 to undertake a Masters in Gerontology. She has extensive experience working with people with dementia living in care homes in Spain and London. Currently, Milena is doing her PhD funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Applied Research Collaboration East of England (ARC EoE), Norfolk and Suffolk Primary and Community Care Research Office and Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of East Anglia.

Please note: the lecture theatre is on the third floor of the Julian Study Centre, if in the event of an emergency you would need assistance please contact us by reply to arrange a Personalised Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP).

Please also be aware that photography and videography may be used to film the event - if you have any questions or would not like to be filmed please reply to let us know.

The bi-monthly series of free dementia events at UEA create an exchange of knowledge between researchers, clinicians, the general public, people with dementia and their carers.  Anyone with an interest in dementia research is welcome.

Researchers from UEA will present their cutting-edge research studies and findings – with a different UEA dementia researcher leading each event.  There will also be an opportunity for people to find out how to take part in any upcoming studies.  At the end of each meeting there will be a short 15 minute Q&A and there will be tea and coffee available on arrival.


Price Information

The events are open to all and free to attend. Parking is free of charge for this event in the ‘Main Visitors Car Park’ only (see map) and parking tokens will be validated at the registration desk on arrival. Please note that other car parks on campus will incur standard UEA parking charges.

Start

2:00pm
5th Feb

End

3:00pm

Address

Room 3.02, The Harvard Lecture Theatre, Julian Study Centre,
norwich,

Booking Details

Provider Name
UEA

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
01603 593540

Website
https://www.uea.ac.uk/medicine/research/dementia


17th Mar

Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo 2020

The UK’s most dynamic social care event dedicated to inspiring business growth & a sustainable social care model.

The number of people aged 85+ will double in the next 25 - 30 years. It is imperative to the sustainability of the social care sector that care providers can embrace the changes that will be demanded of them, whilst also remaining compliant and providing the highest level of care possible. The Dementia, Care and Nursing Home Expo provides access to CPD accredited seminars from industry leaders, showcases from exclusively selected exhibitors and free training from experts, so care providers can keep up-to-date with the latest products, technology and trends that are reinventing the care sector.

Start

10:00am
17th Mar

End

4:30pm
18th Mar

Address

NEC,
Birmingham,

Booking Details

Provider Name
Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo

Email
Click To Email Event

Telephone
-

Website
http://www.carehomeexpo.co.uk/


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