Care England 2016 Conference & Exhibition

Care England 2016 Conference & Exhibition   

Wednesday 16 November 2016 

Church House, Westminster, London 

‘Mind Matters’: Care England 2016 conference to focus on mental health 

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Care England has announced that the focus of its 2016 conference & exhibition, ‘Mind Matters’, will be the Mental Capacity Act and the care sector’s pivotal role in looking after some of society’s most vulnerable members with mental health conditions. 

Professor Martin Green, Care England Chief Executive, says: 
'This event has relevance for care providers from across the sector, whether they’re looking after people with learning disabilities, acquired brain injuries or older people with dementia. Our prominent speakers will be looking in particular at the implementation of the Mental Capacity Act and how we can share best practice to combat the immense challenges and thus continue ensuring consistently high standards of delivery’. 

Confirmed speakers to date include:

  • Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, Professor of Palliative Medicine at Cardiff University and an Independent Crossbench member of the House of Lords
  • Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP, Shadow Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Health
  • Peter Kinsey, Chief Executive, Care Management Group
  • Dominique Kent, Director of Operations, The Good Care Group

click here to download conference programme 

A conference for all providers

The event has relevance for care providers from across the sector, whether they're supporting people with learning disabilities, acquired brain injuries or people with dementia.

Professor Martin Green, Care England Chief Executive, says:
With Baroness Finlay and Norman Lamb both confirmed as speakers, we can look forward to informed presentations from both Houses at Westminster. Delegates will also be able to learn from the contributions of two high quality care providers, Care Management Group and The Good Care Group. They will cover the challenges facing the sector and their experiences will feed directly into further improving the standards of care and quality of life for service users with mental health issues.'

Exhibition and seminars 

The day's programme will also feature an exhibition of products and services from leading sector organisations, plus a selection of informed seminars to help your care business respond to the challenges presented by today's business environment.

Who should attend?  

The conference will be of interest to all residential and domiciliary care providers, especially owners, directors and senior managers who look after older people and those with dementia, learning disabilities and long term conditions. Care providers who are not Care England members are also very welcome to attend. 

 A look back at 2015 

For a look back at the 2015 conference and a flavour of what you can expect this year, please go to:  

Book your place in the link below.

Care England member rate £125

Non-member rate £250 

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Exhibition & seminar opportunities 

This is a must attend event for organisations looking to engage with around 250 high level delegates, including: 

  • Senior management (CEOs, Operations Directors, Directors of Care) from the leading national care providers
  • Owners and managers of individual homes and local groups
  • Representatives from regional associations
  • Representatives from government and regulatory bodies and the sector media 

The event has 34 exhibition spaces for sector suppliers and a limited number of seminar opportunities. All the exhibition spaces and seminar slots have now been either booked or optioned but to go on the waiting list or for information on other ways in which you can get involved and network with the delegates, please contact Alistair White on 020 7492 4846 or send an email to

Exhibitor list 

The following organisations have already booked an exhibition stand to promote their products and services: 


Active Minds 

Advanced Health & Care 

Anthony Collins Solicitors


Autumn Care 




Care England Shop 






Creative MInds


Cura Advanced Technologies 



Fisc Healthcare




KPMG Small Business Accounting 

Moore Stephens


Person Centred Software



SCA Tena 

Social Care Institute for Excellence 

Scurr Architects 

Skills for Care 

Sky Business 

The Personal Group