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NAPA is a registered charity and a limited company with a small permanent staff. It is administered by a Board of Trustees who are all volunteers with a keen and active interest in promoting high quality activity provision for older people. NAPA has established working partnerships with most of the leading organisations involved with the well being of older people, both voluntary and privately funded, in order to promote our aims.
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Care Management Matters (CMM) is the complete management journal for the UK care sector that aims squarely at the many challenges facing managers and proprietors. Care Management Matters (CMM) explores key management issues, showing ways of turning difficulties into opportunities. Contributors are experts in their fields and cover topical healthcare issues, changing legislation, finance, marketing, HR strategies, training and recruitment.
Care England, a registered charity, is the leading representative body for independent care services in England. Working on behalf of small, medium and large providers, Care England speaks with a single unified voice for both members and the whole care sector. Our aim is to create an environment in which care providers can continue to deliver and develop the high quality care that communities require and deserve.
Skills for Care helps create a better-led, skilled and valued adult social care workforce. Skills for Care provide practical tools and support to help adult social care organisations in England recruit, develop and lead their workforce. Skills for care also provide individual tailored solutions to support the businesses to deliver high quality care now and in the future.
The British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) is the UK's oldest and largest healthcare association, founded in 1917. Their members make or sell healthcare and assistive technology products that help people live more independently. These range from wheelchairs and scooters to stair lifts, positioning products, rehabilitation products and more. Services provided by members range from assessments for the right mobility vehicle to dispensing of prescriptions for stoma and continence products.
The National Care Forum represents the interest of not-for-profit health and social care providers in the United Kingdom. Our members, organisations represented by their CEO's, are not-for-profit providers of quality care and support services. All our activities are to assist our members in keeping up to date with developments in the care sector and to promote improvements in the quality of services.
The BCFA is the British business association for the contract furnishing industry, covering the full spectrum of interior products and services in the UK and globally. The 250+ members are accredited by the association and are leading manufacturers, suppliers and designers of furnishing services for commercial buildings throughout the UK and in world markets.
National Care Association represents the interests of providers caring for elderly people, people with Dementia, people with learning disabilities, the physically handicapped, the mentally ill, children and domiciliary care agencies. Its primary aim is to lobby the Government to benefit both its members and the people in their care, and representing members and their service users nationally, to promote high standards of care, and to support local associations and members.
The Care Home Environment will be launched in September 2016 - an A4 perfect bound publication with 60 per cent of the content being editorial. Circulation will be 18,000 and the journal will be available in print and online. The launch issue will include a mix of technical articles from architects, construction companies and suppliers. In addition we will be producing a comprehensive preview to the Care and Dementia Show, which will be held at NEC Birmingham from 11-12 October 2016.
The Carer is a respected nursing and residential care home information resource, assembled by our team of experienced journalists and researchers. The Carer is published quarterly and distributed via direct mail throughout all of England and Wales. In addition to our press edition, we also feature a comprehensive online industry/ provider directory and current news stories on TheCarerUK.com as a resource for our core readership of care home proprietors, managers and directors.
carehome.co.uk is the leading care home website with over 15 million visitors per year. It features over 35,000 recommendations for care homes and also has sections for care home jobs, news and suppliers. Its partner website, homecare.co.uk, is the leading website for home care agencies, jobs, news and suppliers.
Care Home Management is the UK’s leading magazine for the care home industry. We provide unrivalled coverage of the sector. We educate and inform readers about the best products and services available, making running a care home less stressful, more efficient, and more enjoyable for the people who matter most – the residents.
Design Insider Live is a unique online magazine giving you up to the minute news and trends in the contract furnishing industry. We focus on commercial interiors ranging from schools to hotels, offices to hospitals and airports to public spaces both in the UK and overseas. We feature latest projects, products and events in the design world, innovations and trends together with original video interviews of leading designers and manufacturers.
Care Home Professional provides news, trends and market intelligence for group purchasing professionals at premium, private care homes in the UK across our print and digital platforms. Our digital platforms report live every day news covering everything from new product launches to case studies of best practice and insight from the industry about the challenges they face and the innovative solutions they find.
Hospital Matters and Hospital Times provide an essential reference for healthcare professionals in both NHS and private hospitals throughout the UK. Combining relevant news, insightful thought leadership and influential case studies, these titles are a must-read for today’s key decision makers. Visit www.hospital-matters.co.uk and www.hospital-times.co.uk to find out more.
The Building Better Healthcare brand originates from the long-established healthcare magazine Hospital Development, which was first published in 1969. Designed to provide influencers and budget-holders for the design and structure of healthcare estates, the service provides comprehensive business news, information, opinion and analysis; making this website the ultimate tool to influence procurement decisions during the construction process.
The OT Magazine is a free publication produced solely for occupational therapists. Every issue includes information to bring occupational therapists the latest products, in-depth features, industry news, personal profiles and up to date information on relevant events and exhibitions. Web address is http://ot-magazine.co.uk/