Community Care Live exhibitors
Exhibitors confirmed for Community Care Live Manchester 2017 include:
Stand no: 42
Social Care in Birmingham – More than just a job.
It’s about making life better for our residents, working with – and for – people, and making a difference every day. Think about a career with the country’s biggest council, providing you with the opportunity to experience challenges and opportunities that you will not have anywhere else in the UK.
Stand no: 30
Charles Hunter offers a recruitment service for the very best social work and care industry professionals who require a consultancy with the expertise, knowledge and ability to secure the right temporary, interim or permanent job. Our service delivers efficiency, transparency and professional guidance throughout.
To our clients we are a true consultancy service, providing staffing solutions that look beyond just a hire. At Charles Hunter we work with our clients to achieve retention, compliance and excellence.
To discuss how we can help you with your career, or if you are looking for a staffing solution then visit us at stand 6 where one of our experts will be on hand to assist you.
Stand no: TBC
The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, caring, well-led and responsive care, and we encourage care services to improve. We monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and we publish what we find to help people choose care.
Cruckton Hall School (Kisimul Group Ltd)
Stand no: TBC
Five Rivers, a Social Enterprise, works with vulnerable children in need of specialist care. Founded in 1989, we provide:
Fostering, Residential, Clinical and Education Services. Over 26 years we have entered into partnerships with Local Authorities to develop a needs-led focus to ensure we provide the right placement first time. We offer singleton, group living, emergency and therapeutic placements.
Stand no: TBC
Hinton House provides carefully selected books and resources for professionals working in social care and therapy, to ensure that you have the best possible resources to use with children, teenagers and young adults.
Subjects include feelings & emotions, social skills, grief & loss, looked-after children, mental health and therapeutic arts.
Stand no: 16
Kirwin Maclean Associates is an independent social work publisher. As an organisation we are based on the values and ethics of social work. We are excited to be launching a new smartphone app which will help practitioners apply theory to practice.
Stand No: 10
NICE is the independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance and advice to improve health and social care. Come along to the NICE stand to learn about what we are producing in the area of social care and what we can do to help support your work.
Stand no: 27
RT Social Care is a specialist recruitment company commited to the social care arena. We recruit for both children’s and adult’s social work and supply staff from support worker to director level. The core business activity of our organisation is the recruitment of locum and permanent social care staff.
Stand no: 23
Sanctuary Social Care is the UK’s leading recruiter of qualified social workers. We have exclusive access to a wide variety of job opportunities across local authorities, government bodies and national charities.
We understand social work; allowing us to provide unrivalled support for our candidates throughout the duration of their career.
Stand no: 3
We specialise in residential care, support and rehabilitation for adults with an acquired brain injury and adults with learning difficulties. We provide a caring, homely environment and person-centred treatment programmes designed to provide each individual with opportunities to realise their potential and increase their independence.
Stand no: 13
Develop your skills and achieve a university qualification with the University of Derby Online Learning. Our courses are specially designed to help you deliver impact within your chosen health and social care profession and can be studied part-time, 100% online. Courses cover integrative health and social care; clinical supervision; dementia care; cognitive behavioural studies; nursing and counselling studies. We also offer a range of short courses and modules that are ideal for CPD and can help you keep up-to-date with current practice and enhance your employability. Start September, January or May.
Find us on stand 13
University of Manchester