Following its success last year, the Care Innovation Challenge takes place again in July with a creative weekend of ideas generation and prototype trialling.
Applications are now open for a place at the weekend from creative thinkers who want to try new ways of improving the lives of people receiving care. “We hope to receive applications from a diverse group of people, including individuals and teams from care providers, undergraduates and postgraduates from universities and people with social entrepreneurial ambitions”, said Vic Rayner, CEO of National Care Forum, which is running the weekend with Think Local Act Personal.
Cash prizes and expert mentoring will be on offer. Apply at careinnovationhub.org.uk/challenge/