From 10am attendees can visit our Advice Lounge for a friendly chat with local voluntary and community organisations and services. This is also a chance to meet up with carer friends over a cup of tea or coffee. The Advice Lounge will be in the main event room throughout the day.
A welcome from Jennifer Twist, CEO, Care for the Carers
Chair of Care for the Carers and Chair of the Conference, Dr. Neil Churchill OBE. Neil will talk about his experience as a local carer, his role with Care for the Carers and professional involvement.
Point of view
Through their videos, East Sussex carers talk about the big issues that they face coming out of the pandemic.
Through group discussions and working together, carers will look at the impact and lessons learned from the pandemic and next steps that need to be taken.
Shout it out
What do you want the world to know?
Time for a delicious lunch. Carers have the opportunity to visit the Advice Lounge.
An opportunity to enjoy an exuberant workshop with local organisation, Moving Sounds, bringing multiple health and wellbeing benefits.
Interviews and Q&As
Speakers from national carers organisations will be interviewed, followed by a Q&A panel session.
Our Chair, Dr. Neil Churchill OBE, will summarise the day and close the conference.
We expect there won’t be any COVID-19 restrictions in place, but we want to make the in-person event safe. We are limiting the number of participants and have a room layout allowing for space. We will have a good ventilation (please dress warmly) and sanitisation in place. If you’d prefer, you are very welcome to wear a face mask and we, where possible and viable, welcome participants carrying out rapid lateral flow tests before attending.