Sponsorship of CareNorfolk, provides an excellent opportunity to promote your business, brand or services.
There are still sponsorship opportunities available which include the provision of a prominent 4m x 3m exhibition booth. To enquire about becoming a sponsor please please contact the CareNorfolk Convention Management Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Norfolk County Council Adult Social Services look after the social, physical and mental wellbeing of adults across Norfolk. Our aim is to support people in Norfolk to live fulfilling lives as independently as possible. We do this by working with individuals and communities. All of our work is done in partnership with the private and voluntary care sector and we are committed to integrating our services fully with the NHS.
- Early Help, Prevention & Transformation
- Integrated Commissioning
- Safeguarding - Adult’s Social Work
- Safeguarding - Integrated Care
- Business Development
- Finance & Departmental Management
- HR Learning & Development
We are Norfolk’s largest care home provider, managing residential Homes and Housing with Care schemes across Norfolk. Our Care Homes provide care and support within a homely residential setting. We also manage Housing with Care schemes providing people with care and support when needed, along with the independence of living in their own flat under a tenancy agreement with a housing provider. We are a part of the Norse Group of companies. We have a number of specialist dementia care homes and many of our homes and schemes have dedicated areas for people living with dementia. A number of our homes have rooms available on a privately funded basis. Please contact us on 01603 894366 or you can email email@example.com for more details.
At N-Able we offer one of the most comprehensive ranges of assisted living products and services in the county and by putting your needs at the heart of every decision we make and every service we offer, our aim is to keep you comfortable and independent in your own home for as long as possible. We understand that the process of choosing equipment and services to keep you comfortable and independent is a complex one, so our offering is designed with simplicity in mind. Offering an end-to-end service; from initial discussion and assessment, to choice and supply of equipment, through to the installation and maintenance of your chosen items, as an when required, we remove the hassle, complexity and confusion, leaving you to enjoy each and every day to the full. In short, it’s our business to know ‘your home comforts’, and to understand ‘your independence matters’.
Independence Matters and our subsidiary company Breckland Care at Home are not-for-profit Social Enterprises providing care and support services to more than 1,450 people across Norfolk, tailored to needs of adults with learning and physical disabilities, young people in transition, older people, people with dementia and those with mental health problems. We are passionate about supporting people and believe everyone has the right to live satisfying, valued and fulfilling lives where they are treated with dignity and respect. Our flexible services support people to live as independently as possible, both in their homes and within their communities. We provide the support needed to develop and maintain relationships, stay healthy and safe, and have aspirations for the future. We also provide employment opportunities to people with disabilities through Norfolk Industries, as well as apprenticeships and volunteering placements that support people to gain skills towards employment. To find out more please visit our website on www.independencematters.org.uk or contact us on 0300 790 0508 or/and firstname.lastname@example.org
Norfolk Independent Care (NIC) is the voice of Independent Care Providers; we represent independent and voluntary sector providers who deliver services across the social care pathway. All Care Providers in Norfolk are members of Norfolk Independent Care and receive the benefits of a membership. Governance is provided by a steering group which consists of sector experts, elected by the membership. The role of the steering group is to provide strategic direction to develop a vibrant and sustainable social care market in Norfolk. Our experts are representative of social care providers, and each take responsibility for specific areas of the care sector, including; home care agencies, care homes with/without nursing, providers of care to those with mental health needs, learning difficulties and day care.
The Eastern Daily Press (EDP) is a regional newspaper covering Norfolk, and northern parts of Suffolk and eastern Cambridgeshire, and is published daily in Norwich. The paper is owned and published by Archant, formerly known as Eastern Counties Newspapers Group. It represents the interests of the local population in the region with its mission statement being to 'champion a fair deal for the future prosperity of the region'. The EDP is the best-selling regional morning newspaper in England. The EDP is delighted to be Media Partner for the 2017 Norfolk Care Convention.