Theatre Hall 12
Wednesday 25th April
Thursday 26th April
11.00 - 11.30
William McMorran & Roland McMorran
The Human First approach to wellbeing centred, activity based community support and accompanying architecture. We demonstrate highly evidence based models, linking community support packages with architecture and interior design, creating affordable and highly effective approaches to maximising quality of life, the focus is on dementia during this presentation. This exciting model is beneficial for non discriminatory normal housing, day support, extra care, vulnerable housing as well as residential nursing communities.
11.45 - 12.15
Daniel Machover & Andrew Katzen
The seminar offers insight into the legal processes which follow the death of a resident or service user and how to navigate them. The speakers will explain the interaction between regulatory, criminal and coronial investigations and identify some of the most important risks and challenges associated with tackling this most difficult of topics. The speakers will suggest some practical steps that organisations can take to deal with these challenges.
12.30 - 13.00
Overview of the different profiling mechanisms on electric profiling beds within the marketplace whilst identifying the potential damage we may be causing our residents by using the wrong products. Is the bed you are using IEC60601-2-52 compliant. Detailing the variety of support surfaces and the pros and cons of each system and the introduction of new Noodles support surface.
13.15 - 13.45
The seminar will look to provide an overview of our approach to the design principles applied when considering and assessing the design of care homes for the elderly, whether this is new build or redevelopment. The talk will focus on key areas of consideration; layout + spatial planning, accessibility + usability, environmental + wellbeing, interior design + visual environment.
14.00 - 14.30
Dr Gareth Jones
This presentation will review the impact of lighting on the well being of people and how different lighting schemes can improve the symptoms of Dementia through creation of calming effects and improvement of sleep patterns through alignment of the lighting with peoples circadian rhythms. All aspects are based upon scientific evidence from peer reviewed literature.
14.45 - 15.15
Attracting private clients is the Holy Grail of the care industry. And everyone would like to raise prices and make more profit. In this thought provoking seminar Simon Beck will reveal the two essential ingredients every care home must have to make this possible. You’ll also discover the big mistake most care homes make that stops them ever getting private clients and how to fix it.
15.30 - 16.00
Mr. Jan A. Beckers
Presentation of iCall, unique Full-IP nursecall solutions in combination with different telephony and wireless solutions. Fitting options for new building, with focus on renovations and recuperation of installed base (Cabling, infrastructure, alarm & messaging solutions, a.o.). NEC telephony & nursecall solutions, offering a vast variety of tailor-made solutions for Care & Cure.