BBC presenter, Sally Magnusson, who founded Playlist for Life – a dementia charity – is to chair the second annual Future of Care conference, where experts will be discussing key trends in the care sector.
The Future in Care conference will take place on 19 March at the King’s Fund in London.
Ms Magnusson has presented Report Scotland, Panorama, Breakfast News and wrote her best-selling memoir, Where Memories Go: Why Dementia Changes Everything.
She said: “I helped to care for my mother during the many years she lived with dementia, and I wrote Where Memories Go out of a passionate desire to raise the standards of elderly care. After her death, I founded the music and dementia charity Playlist for Life. For all these reasons, I’m delighted to be chairing the Future of Care Conference this year.
“I’m particularly interested to hear the latest updates and experiences of those working within the industry and am looking forward to discussing what’s next for the sector.”
The Future of Care Conference is a one-day conference where leading experts will impart their knowledge and wisdom and discuss key trends for the future of care in focused speaker slots.
Speakers will include Sue Howard, Care Quality Commission, Professor Martin Green, Care England, Vic Rayner, National Care Forum, Jeremy Hughes, Alzheimer’s Society and the Rt. Hon Paul Burstow.
To register for tickets, please visit: www.futureofcare.co.uk or call 01425 838393.