Reimagining Home Care – Wellbeing Teams
24th February 12-1pm
Are you interested in learning about an alternative model of Home Care?
Are you keen to deliver outcomes and not hours for people with care and support needs?
TLAP with SCIE and Helen Sanderson Associates will be holding a webinar to explore Wellbeing Teams, the impact they have and how you can introduce them to your locality. Further information and registration is available here
Learning from Buurtzorg
1 March 2017, 9.00 am – 4.00 pm, Hotel Football, 99, Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester, M16 0SZ
NW ADASS are working with AQuA, MIAA and iNetwork on an interesting thought provoking event exploring the Buurtzorg community nursing model. Buurtzorg is a Dutch healthcare organisation that has pioneered a new model of care for district and care home nursing. Consisting of many small locality-based teams, their model focuses on addressing the whole of a patient’s needs and promoting choice and independence to help aid recovery.
This is an exciting opportunity for delegates to learn from the team behind this leading care system, and explore some of the challenges and implications for delivering this model within an English health and social care setting. To book your place please click here
NW ADASS Occupational Therapist Practice Exchange
10 March 2017, 10:00 – 13:00, Bury Council, Town Hall, Knowsley Street, Bury, BL9 0SY
This event is open to Occupational Therapists and their managers in the North West of England. Particularly occupational therapist who are working:
- in social care
- in social care with or within integrated teams
In 2016 we held a workshop with managers of local authority occupational therapists who had asked to share information and explore opportunities for collaboration. for further information and to book your place please click here
Community Event: Different Communities, Different experiences
Thursday 16th March 2017 10:00-15:30; Pakistan Multicultural Centre, Liverpool, L8 2TF
You are invited to come, listen and share your views on mental health services. This event will focus on the (black and minority ethnic) BME experience. Come and have your say! Flyer available here
Join us to explore:
• Your experiences and or views of services
• Why treatment is different for people from BME communities
• How to make improvements in mental health services for BME communities
This is a free event and lunch will be provided. Places are limited therefore if you are interested in attending please contact us to book. Priority will be given to community members. To book a place Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0151 708 7414
Health & Housing: Making It Real
Friday 10th February 2017, Manchester United, Old Trafford, M16 0RA
This conference, in partnership with MIAA, is aiming to support professionals to learn from practical examples of change. Housing is an essential element of the health and social care integration agenda. This is an event for health and social care – particular aspects for local authority colleagues will include:
- Opportunities for Health & Wellbeing Boards
- Impact of housing related projects on Delayed Transfers of Care
- Helping inform a regional response to changes to Local Housing Allowance and benefits reform
We’d be grateful if you could help circulate this invitation to any colleagues who may have an interest in this area. We think social care commissioners, integration leads, and Health and Wellbeing Chairs and Convenors will find the day useful.