NurseBuddy Care Software at the UKHCA England Conference, London, 8th September

NurseBuddy at the UKHCA England Conference, London, 8th September.

Come see the latest in home care software and meet with other representatives from the home care industry. We’ll be on hand demonstrating Nursebuddy Care Software and all of its features. We’ll be at stand 7 from 9am!


Get a live demonstration at our stand

We can demonstrate just how NurseBuddy works in 5 minutes. Come visit us at stand 7, and we can show you just how the system works; how it can save you time, money and stress. Our competitive pricing creates the best value care software on the market too – starting from just £79 a month for small and start up home care companies. We base our pricing on the amount of hours you serve, so no extra costs for additional carers, care managers, or other users. Training, support and onboarding is all included, at no extra cost! Click here to find out more about our pricing.


Get a look at NurseBuddy before the event:

We’re currently having a completely free 7 Day Trial. Just sign up by clicking here and you will be given 7 days access to NurseBuddy to look around and test the system, without any card sign up or charges up front.


About the UKHCA Conference:

Conference sessions
The morning conference sessions will include speeches on:

Beyond the consultation – creating a social care system that works
John Bolton, Visiting Professor, Institute of Public Care, Oxford Brookes University

Preparing for a post-Brexit future
Neil Carberry, Managing Director, People and Infrastructure, CBI and Colin Angel, Policy and Campaigns Director, UKHCA

as well as panel sessions on:

What makes a sustainable homecare service?
Panellists will include:

  • Raina Summerson, ‎Group CEO, Agincare Group
  • Steve Allen, Chief Executive, Friends of the Elderly
  • Fiona Williams, Director of Operations, Bluebird Care
  • Jane Townson, Chief Executive, Somerset Care Group

People matter – recruiting and retaining care teams
Panellists will include:

  • Neil Eastwood, author of “Saving Social Care: How to find more of the best frontline care employees and keep the ones you have” and founder of Sticky People Ltd.
  • Karen Morse, Head of Area, Skills for Care
    Additional panellist details to follow


In the afternoon, all delegates can attend up to two practical workshops. This year’s topics include:

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – are you ready?
Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP

A fresh approach to LGBT older living
Tonic Housing

Building partnerships – working well with family and friends
Carers Trust

Effectively managing the media
The View Communications


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