This webinar is organised by My Home Life England, a national research and development initiative that is part of an international movement and hosted by City, University of London.
The webinar will:
- Highlight how some of the approaches to quality of life for people who live, die, work in and visit care homes have developed
- Share some best practice examples, ideas and research from over the last few years that have supported quality development and improvement in care homes, including innovation from within the sector, shared approaches across care and health systems and quality improvement initiatives
- Consider the impact of the last year, with thoughts from people working in and with care homes on the changes that have happened as a result
- Maintain and develop a focus on support for care homes and give some thoughts for the future
The webinar will contain a number of different contributions from leaders working in and with care homes and include some reflections, research findings and experience from the My Home Life England team.
Speakers include: Angela Boxall and team from Majesticare, Blesson Thomas (Fremantle Trust), Cheryl Davis, Faye Sibley & Geoff Cooper (AHSN), Emma Self (NHS England), Jonny Kelville (Liverpool City Council), Sheila Sorby (Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust)
Deborah Sturdy (DHSC Chief Nurse for Adult Social Care) and Tom Owen (Director, My Home Life England) will end the webinar with thoughts for the future.
There will then be the chance for a Question and Answer session with all the contributors and attendees will be encouraged to share their own top tips and experiences.
My Home Life England promotes quality of life and delivers positive change in care homes for older people. For more information visit the website.
Please note this event will take online via Zoom. Attendees will need to have a Zoom account to access the webinar, a free account can be set up at registration.
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