NEWS:

The deadline for our discounted early bird rates for the ILC-UK 'Future of Ageing' conference is fast approaching.

To ensure your organisation is represented, and at the discounted rate, register before the end of Wednesday 30th September. Do feel free to circulate this information to colleagues within your organisation if you think they might be interested in attending the conference on the 24th November.

'The Future of Ageing, an ILC-UK Conference' will be held on Tuesday 24th November at 20 Cavendish Square in London. Book your space now.
Early bird rates will end on Wednesday, 30th September.

Click here to book your early bird ticket

If you miss this deadline, don't panic. Provided the conference is not at capacity, tickets will still be available, but at the higher rate.

 

We are grateful to McCarthy & Stone and Partnership for their sponsorship of this conference, and to the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), Lipreading Practice, and the organisers of the IFA 2016 Conference for providing inserts for delegate packs on the day.

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, visit the ILC-UK website or contact Lyndsey Mitchell at ILC-UK on lyndseymitchell@ilcuk.org.uk.

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