National Social Care Conference 2021

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– – Save the date – 17 – 18 November 2021 – –

Update: The NSCC conference will go ahead online this year.  

While we initially intended to deliver a hybrid event, with a face-to-face element, we have now made the decision to make this year’s conference exclusively digital. 

The safety of conference participants is our top priority, and our online event will offer an exciting programme of speakers, plenary and breakout sessions and the chance to come together in the comfort of your own home. 

Our digital event will be a celebration of social care, with a focus on recognising the extraordinary efforts of social workers and care workers who continue to provide critical care and support; and taking forward positive new practices and working together to build care services for the future. 

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Julie Morgan MS will be providing the conference address on Day 2. Julie was born in Cardiff and educated at Dinas Powys Primary School, Howell’s School, King’s College London, the University of Manchester and Cardiff University.

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