Come and visit us at the NZACA/RVA summit this month
Who is VCare?
VCare is an extensive care, village and support planning software suitable for rest homes, retirement villages and disability services. Intuitive and cost-effective software designed to meet the demands and regulatory requirements of the residential care industry. VCare helps automate the development and implementation of care planning and effectively manage Resident Records.
VCare is an electronic way of meeting all of your care and support planning requirements practically, efficiently, and in line with best practice and regulatory requirements.
The system stores all resident/service user files centrally, accessible via a desktop or mobile app. Allowing for a reduction in time-consuming record-keeping activities, providing your staff with more time to do what they do best, care for their residents.
The NZACA/RVA Joint Summit will be held at the new Te Pae Convention Centre in Christchurch from 22-25 August. This summit will be the largest event to be hosted by Te Pae this year, bringing together up to 700 delegates and 148 trade exhibitions.
VCare are proud to be sponsoring and exhibiting at the NZACA/RVA summit, and the VCare team will be on the stand ready to answer all of your burning questions. Come and visit stand 71 to find out more about VCare and how we can help your facility.
VCare is proud to be sponsoring:
- Morning and afternoon teas
- Keynote Speaker
- Award sponsorship – VCare Legendary Service to the Aged Residential Care Sector Award
Keynote speaker sponsorship
Health NZ Panel – Margie Apa Chief Executive, Health New Zealand and Riana Manuel Chief Executive, Māori Health Authority
The panel will discuss the approach and raison d’etre for a new heath structure, potential impact on aged care and nome-based support
VCare Legendary Service to the Aged Residential Care Sector Award
VCare is proud to be sponsoring the VCare Legendary Service to the Aged Residential Care Sector award.
This award recognises the outstanding contribution of someone who has been part of the aged residential care industry for more than ten years. This person will have continuously made a difference to the lives of numerous residents and staff members. The winner of this award could be anyone from a senior manager of a large group, to care, staff, non-care staff or a volunteer in the aged residential care industry.