Gain practical CPD at our series of interactive workshop-led events. Our workshops are scenario based, focusing on both acute and community care settings. Discover exhibitor's products and learn how and when to use them in your practice under the guidance of a specialist trainer.
We believe that all aspects of a person’s care should be looked at to deliver the highest standard of patient and carer safety, general well-being, mindfulness, and the client’s physical recovery or desired outcomes.
No one person presents the same way, there is many influential factors to create individual needs, may that be their physical ability, environment, personality, or the management/staff approach to deliver said service. So why do we always follow the same processes when we know one size doesn’t fit all?
Connected to care delivers a training day like no other, consisting of workshops that will look at a particular client case and desired outcome, with a set up to reflect the environment to deliver that particular outcome. A range of relevant products will be included to use, individually or as a combination.
These workshops enable out of the box thinking, where an idea can be put into practice with the support and ideas from your team, equipment suppliers and a specialist trainer within that field to oversee your groups approach an offer advice when needed.
Monday 9th May - 9:30am until 4pm
DoubleTree Hilton, Milton Keynes, MK1 1ST.
Delegates are encouraged to attend in person for the full hands-on experience. Alternatively, online ticket registrants will be emailed a link to join our live interactive broadcast prior to the event.
DoubleTree Hilton, Stadium Way, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK1 1ST
Senior Moving & Handling Practitioner Medway NHS Foundation Trust, and Co-director of RQS (Recognising Quality Solutions
Moving & Handling Senior Co-ordinator of East Kent Hospital University Foundation Trust (EKHUFT)
Postural management and equipment provision specialist, Made2Aid
Lead Moving and Handling Advisor, PGCert Ergonomics (Human Factors) Loughborough University Risk Management