Event: Expert advice for care providers on 25th October

Event: Expert advice for care providers on 25th October

Attwells Solicitors and Age UK Suffolk pair up to offer Care Providers a free advice at a care forum exclusive to Suffolk.

We all understand the important job our care providers carry out every day across Suffolk. You may also be aware of some of the many challenges faced by this sector including staffing and caring for individuals with increasingly complex needs.

To help address this, Age UK Suffolk, the local charity working for and with older people across the county, are joining forces with Attwells Solicitors to deliver essential information to care providers in Suffolk’s first “Care Providers Forum.”

The event, to be held at Ufford Park Woodbridge on Thursday 25 October will offer the care providers industry leading information concerning the latest health and social care issues, Care Quality Commission, business law, finance and employment.

The event will start at 2pm and conclude at 4pm. There will be the opportunity to network and ask the speakers questions. Attwells Solicitors will also provide afternoon refreshments including a selection of cakes, tea and coffee.  The event is free to attend for leaders from the care provision sector. Attendees will be asked to make a voluntary donation to Age UK Suffolk.

Confirmed speakers include, Lloyd Clarke of Attwells Solicitors, Diane Roberts of Independent Eye Consulting Ltd, Luke Morris of Scrutton Bland and Jo Reeder of Age UK Suffolk.

Attwells Solicitors have a strong foundation in supporting care providers and the community. Nick Attwell commented “A Solicitors Firm is an integral part of the local community. At Attwells we have always tried to provide access to legal advice and to support community activities. The work Age UK Suffolk undertake directly assists our elderly friends and family, for this reason we are delighted to be supporting Age UK Suffolk in their work.”

If you would like to attend the Forum, bookings can be made online using the following link:


Pictured – Lloyd Clarke and Lindsay Long

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