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Supported Living ‘Opportunities for partnership and barriers to progress’

Business Conference - Supported Living ‘Opportunities for partnership and barriers to progress’
Business Conference

By : Laing & Buisson

Date : 2009

Location : United Kingdom UK / London

PDF 111p Audio 04h 08m
Description :

It considers the implications of recent changes within local authorities for providers, the future of residential care and whether supported housing can offer better value, new funding streams and the impact of new grants on the supporting people programme.

Keywords :

Residental care, supported housing, risk, funding, authorities,

Keywords inside documents :

people ,housing ,support ,residential ,health ,accommodation ,services ,social ,living ,working ,commissioning ,local ,supported ,learning ,skills ,choose ,making ,adults ,proportion ,service

Product/ documentation details
Audio and presentation from Supported Living ‘Opportunities for partnership and barriers to prog

Company Description : Includes 11 presentations (PDF) and the corresponding 11 audio (MP3).

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : Various - Laing & Buisson

PDF 111p
Audio 04h 08m

Languages : English

Laing & Buisson’s Supported Living conference will focus on the latest trends in the sector as well as making a detailed comparison with developments in residential care.

 

With contributions from government spokespersons, providers, commissioners and expert advisers, this conference will consider the implications of recent changes within local authorities for providers, the future of residential care and whether supported housing can offer better value, new funding streams and the impact of new grants on the supporting people programme.

 

An interactive panel discussion will explore procurement and the future for providers, providing opportunities for delegates to interact with one another and with the speakers.

 

Chair: Allan Bowman, Chair, Social Care Institute for Excellence

09.00     Registration & coffee

 


09.30     Residental care verses supportedhousing
• What is the future for residential care?
• Is supported housing really better value?
• Have the outcomes for service users really improved?
• Can supported housing sustain all client   groups?

Martin Cheeseman Director of Housing and Community Care London Brough of Brent and joint chair ADASS Housing Network

10.00     Case study: The Kent County Council experience
• How the local authority is moving on with supported living
Penny Southern Head of Strategic Commissioning - Learning Disabilities Kent County Council

10.30     Open forum

 


10.45     Morning coffee

11.15     A provider perspective

Farouq Rashid Sheik
Chairman
CareTech Holdings PLC

11.45     Risk to effective commissioning
• World class commissioning and personalisation
• Joint strategic needs assessments: The implications for providers
• Local authority duty of care
• How do long term health conditions fit into the agenda
• Safeguarding issues with unregistered brokers and service providers

Janet Crampton National Commissioning Lead Department of Health Social Care Programmes

12.15     Open forum

 

 


12.30     Networking lunch

 


13.30     New funding streams
• Exploring alternative funding streams to maximise income
• Issues in working with personalised budgets
• How Local Area Agreements, Area Based


Grant and Local Strategic Partnerships are working with local providers
Vic Rayner
Chief Executive
SITRA


14.00     The impact of new grants on theSupporting People Programme
• Developing strategies to support the new local authority grants in April 2009
• The challenges of enabling a more integrated approach to include health and housing

Jeremy Porteus National Programme Lead Departmant of Health Mark Carol Deputy Director Department of Communities and Local Goverment

14.30     Whose life is it anyway? Supported livingand future trends
Bob Tindall
Managing Director
United Response


15.00     Interactive panel discussion:procurement and the future for providers
• Competitive tendering - what’s in it for providers?
• What is the future for spot purchased placements?
• Capacity building - partnerships and consortia Panellists: Penny Southern, Janet Crampton, Martin Cheeseman and Bob Tindall

15.45     Afternoon tea and close

Audio and presentation from Supported Living ‘Opportunities for partnership and barriers to prog

Company Description : Includes 11 presentations (PDF) and the corresponding 11 audio (MP3).

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : Various - Laing & Buisson

PDF 111p
Audio 04h 08m

Languages : English

Organizer : Laing & Buisson

Founded by William Laing in 1986, Laing & Buisson is one the UK’s foremost provider of information and market intelligence on the independent health, community care and childcare sectors. Laing & Buisson offers a highly focused range of conferences which attract delegates from every area of health and social care. Their events bring together the public, private and voluntary sectors providing informed debate taking in the perspectives of all interested parties. In addition to one-off conferences on subjects selected for their special interest or topicality, Laing & Buisson’s annual programme features a series of annual conferences - considered definitive events covering key developments and leading edge practice in specific areas including homecare, telecare and assistive technology, children’s nurseries and childcare, extra-care, long term care for older people, mental health, acute healthcare, private healthcare insurance and investing in healthcare.