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March 2019


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Vic Raynor: Sink or Swim? Helping Social Care Ride the Technology Wave!

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Vic has many years’ experience of working in the voluntary and community sector, with a particular focus on housing, care and support sectors. She spent the last seven years as the CEO of Sitra - a leading national membership body championing excellence in housing, health, care and support. 

Vic is the independent chair of the Brighton and Hove Fairness Commission, tackling inequalities and promoting social justice within the locality. She is also a director of the London Housing Foundation, funding innovation and best practice in homelessness provision, and trustee of Hestia. 

In her seminar, Sink or Swim? Helping Social Care Ride the Technology Wave! Vic will discuss how social care providers can approach the use of technology. She will then talk through the affects technology may have on the quality of care. Vic’s session will also provide opportunities to explore how technology and data will shape the future of social care in all settings.

The pressure on the UK’s social care sector is showing no signs of diminishing; this should be reason enough to attend Vic’s seminar. Here you will discover all the information you need to succeed in this new social care landscape. 

To see Vic’s seminar and for more information, simply register for your FREE Naidex ticket via For exhibiting and sponsorship enquiries email

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