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apetito has just launched a brand-new episode of its ‘Lunch With’ webinar series. In the episode, Clare Hunt from the apetito Care Homes team is joined by Professor Martin Green OBE, CEO of Care England and Dementia Champion for the Department of Health and Social Care, and together they examine the broader challenges currently facing the care sector.

Don’t miss the chance to learn from their eye-opening conversation about the impact and significance of the economic and workforce crisis facing care homes, as well as how the sector needs to re-think its approach to attracting workforce, focusing on the importance of conditions, health, and wellbeing, and ensuring workers have the right values and access to training and development.

Viewers will learn more about Care England’s recently published roadmap titled ‘Care for our Future’, which examines the future of adult social care and sets out the sector’s priorities across the topics of workforce, funding and integration.  Corporate logo MARD Primary Grey 1 e1705660263629

The episode also explores how critical it is for care homes to provide high-quality, nutritious meals to support residents’ health and wellbeing, particularly those with dementia and looks at why meals are often the highlight of residents’ days.

Richard Woodward, General Manager for Care Homes at apetito says:

“As the CEO of Care England, the largest representative body for independent care providers of adult social care in England, Martin is in a unique position to understand and articulate the key challenges the sector is facing.

“This episode really is a much watch. The conversation between Clare and Martin is a vital discussion for understanding how to deal with the various critical issues that we know care homes up and down the country are facing.”

Register for free to get access to the Lunch With webinar: https://apetito.link/CH-MG-webinar-sign-up-CE

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