2017 SUFFOLK CARE CONFERENCE – 14th November 2017

2017 Suffolk Care Conference

14th November 2017

A great day was enjoyed by over 130 care providers who attended the 2017 Suffolk Care Conference.

Download a copy of the 2017 Suffolk Care Conference Newsletter here: 2017 Suffolk Care Conference Newsletter

Please scroll down and click on the link (in blue font) for each of the presentations delivered by the Conference speakers which contain details and links to information sources referenced during their presentations.

If you are unable to download a copy of any of the presentations please do email moira@saicp.org.uk who will send a copy direct to you.

Thank you to all who attended, our speakers and the trade stands.

“Be SAFE, maintain QUALITY and COMPLY”

“Overcoming current issues whilst still delivering high quality, sustainable care at a time when resources are stretched”

Speaker presentations available to download 

Sonnet Care Ltd

by Jo Moore

 Culture and Ethos– Real life local success story : “From Bad to GOOD”

The new Deanery & St Mary’s Court

Sonnet FROM GOOD TO BAD presentation


Changes to CQC methodology and the impact on your provision (all content and data correct as at 14.11.17)

CQC, Lella Andrews, Inspection Manager

CQC Presentation Suffolk Care Conference 2017


Modern technologies: switching to electronic record keeping: helping to improve efficiency and cost effectiveness

 Lynne Omar, Senior Consultant CURA Systems

Cura Systems


Fire prevention- UPDATE AND NEWS 

Phil Geeson, Station Commander Prevention, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service

Phil Geeson Fire Service

NB – following on from the conference the Association is now pleased to host an information page on behalf of the Fire Service within the web site portal for providers to access all the files and information details in the above presentation.  There is a raft of information as well as details of the link to the TSA on line learning which can be accessed by logging onto www.tsa-voice.org.uk/e-learning.

Further fire service updates will be uploaded on the web site and emailed out to providers as and when received.


Data Protection – new rules and regulations explained.

Ensure you are deploying best practice for information governance and meeting regulations.

Dave Baker, Charting Success

5. Data Protection Presentation #1


Introduction and the ‘way forwards’

Corporate Director for Adult and Community Services, Suffolk County Council –  Mike Hennessey

(Permission being sought to upload the above presentation)


‘Capacity—Who is calling the shots? 

Care worker pay—a guide to the sleep-in/shifts row’ 

Lloyd Clarke Attwells Solicitors LLP



‘Hypo or not a hypo? That is the question’

Helen Stephen RGN, Dip HE, BSc, MSc, AET (Level 3), Training and Education Lead, Duet Diabetes

Hypo or not a hypo. That is the question


“Not just activities… more a way of life”

2.45 pm June Burgess and Paul Bailey– The Eden Alternative supported by Lyn Andrews, Activity              Co-ordinator Thornbank Residential Care Home.



 “Scams & Fraud Awareness – The effect on health & wellbeing”

Lesley Crompton, SCC Trading Standards Officer

Trading Standards


Our thanks again to all the speakers and exhibitors who supported the 2017 Suffolk Care Conference.

A copy of the Conference Newsletter will be distributed to all providers on the SAICP database containing details and contact numbers of exhibitors.




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