On June 5 and 6, Cáceres (Extremadura, Spain) hosted the XVI National Convention of Lares under the motto ‘We care with passion, we care with compassion’. More than a hundred people attended this meeting, aimed at reflecting on the future of long-term care in the 2030 horizon.
Lares is a federation made up of 17 regional associations that bring together 1,050 centers and services throughout Spain in which they attend to elderly, dependent, disabled and at risk of social exclusion people, under the prism of solidarity management.
The XVI National Convention had two presentations and two round tables that dealt with issues related to imminent demographic change and the future that social entities face and how they should adapt to change.
Neat had the opportunity both to promote its technological solutions of assisted living among the attendees, as well as to deepen the challenges of the social healthcare sector with the aim of being an active agent in the efforts to improve the quality of life of people.