By : Laing & Buisson
Date : 2009
Location : United Kingdom UK / London
Self-directed or personalised care will be the key issue facing care managers, purchasers and providers in 2010, addressed in this 13th annual conference by speakers and through interactive delegate/panel discussions.
homecare, self directed care, personalised care, care purchasers, care providers, dementia, telecare, learning disabilities
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Self-directed or personalised care will be the key issue facing care managers,
purchasers and providers in 2010, addressed in this 13th annual conference by speakers and through interactive delegate/panel discussions.
Other issues include the relationship between personalisation and outcomes, the role of telecare and the different requirements of specialised service users.
Morning, lunch and afternoon breaks will enable delegates from various sectors to mix and share their perspectives on the markets.
Chair: Stephen O’Brien MP, Shadow Minister for Health (social care)
09.30 Registration & coffee
09.55 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks
10.00 Dementia and homecare
• Can our existing domiciliary care services meet the challenges of dementia?
• Commissioning for outputs not inputs
• A multi-disciplinary approach
Geoff Benn Managing Director, Community Care Services Care UK
10.25 Homecare and the Department of Health
• This speaker will consider the Departmen’s and the Government’s current thinking on the care of older people and those with dementia, and how this affects homecare
Ruth Eley National Programme Lead (Delivery) - Older People and Dementia Department of Health
10.50 Interpreting the homecare statistics
• Past, present and future sources of homecare data
• What they tell us about homecare
• Current trends and projections
Laing & Buisson
11.05 Open forum for three speakers
11.15 Morning coffee
11.45 Personalisation and outcomes
• Which is the horse, which the cart?
• Start at the end
• It’s my life
12.05 Delegate/panel discussion onpersonalisation and outcomes
A selection of the day’s speakers including Lucianne Sawyer and Colin Angel
13.00 Networking lunch
14.00 The emerging role of telecare
• Support for carers
• Improved quality of life
• Develop market for flexible response service to maximise peoples ability to access telecare
Kent Adult Social Services
14.20 Homecare in care villages
• Specification and delivery of services - choice versus economics
• In house provision - added value and planning gain
• The future shape of care services in villages
14.40 Challenging traditional concepts ofhomecare for people with learningdisabilities
• Evolving concepts of support at home for people with LD - is there a need for specialist providers?
• Exploring the range of bespoke support at home to people with LD within current strategies
Director of Operations
15.00 Is there a future for small providers?
• Have the implications of personalisation for existing capacity been thought through?
• Will CASSRs split the sector into small niche specialists and large suppliers?
• Understanding the future and preparing your business is a priority
Colin Angel Head of Policy and Communication UKHCA
15.20 Delegate/panel discussion on homecare forspecialised service users and other topicsthat delegates wish to discuss
Colin Angel, UKHCA Hilary Crowhurst, Hft Jon Gooding, Retirement Villages Oliver Mills, Kent Adult Social Services
16.00 Afternoon tea and close
Company Description : Includes 12 presentations (PDF) and the corresponding 12 audio (MP3).
Organizer : Laing & BuissonFounded 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.