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12th January 2015

How to 'realise quality' in care homes for older people on the agenda at My Home Life Cymru conference

The focus of this year's annual My Home Life Cymru conference will be how to realise quality in care settings for older people.

Presentations and workshops at the conference, which takes place on March 4, 2015 at the Village Hotel, Cardiff, will examine the themes highlighted in raised in the Older People’s Commissioner’s 2014 report, A Place To Call Home?. The Commissioner, Sarah Rochira, is also set to attend the conference.

There will be a choice of eight workshops to attend (see below for info), and presentations including on how to realise quaity in care homes. The event will also be attended by home managers, residents and relatives who can give their first-hand accounts and help explain what 'quality' looks like to them.

Presentations at the event: 

  • Supporting the sector in moving forward
  • Realising quality in care homes for older people
  • cARTrefu – Art workshops in care homes across Wales
  • Why My Home Life works?

Workshops at the conference:

  • Connecting older people with their hobbies, passions and memories
  • REAL communication
  • Health and safety in care homes – Busting the myths!
  • Book of you - Working to help people with dementia share their life story
  • Living with dementia
  • Menus count in care
  • Identifying, understanding and developing good practice         
  • cARTrefu – Art workshops in care homes across Wales


You'll need to download a booking form and email it to post your form to: My Home Life Cymru, 13 Neptune Court, Vanguard Way, Cardiff, CF24 5PJ

Find out more about My Home Life Cymru

See more information on Age Cymru's My Home Life Cymru initiative on the My Home Life Cymru section of the Age Cymru website

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