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Opinion


To find out more about becoming a member of Care England, please call 08450 577 677 or email


membership@careengland.org.uk


be an insightful conference for Care England members later this month. This year’s conference will feature several high profile speakers including Caroline Dinenage, the Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care and Ian Trenholm the newly appointed CEO at CQC.


Work to do


Of course, there is always more work to do and we are now in the midst of gathering and crunching a huge amount of data including fee rates, continuing


healthcare (CHC) and occupancy levels so that Care England can continue to evidence the sector’s challenges and need for a fair, long term funding solution for care services. However, to continue this vital work we need your support. As we fight for our members, care home residents and the future of social care, we hope other care providers will join us so that we can continue to share and deliver good practice. Only by working together can we convince the Government to take note and support everyone living in our homes to live well.


Avnish Goyal


Avnish has over 20 years’ experience managing multi award winning care provider, Hallmark Care Homes. He is also the chair of Care England, which is the leading representative body for independent care services and is one of the founding trustees of The Care Worker’s Charity.


TCHE


November 2018 • www.thecarehomeenvironment.com


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