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Delivering the national dementia strategy

Academic Conferences - Delivering the national dementia strategy
Academic Conferences

By : Laing & Buisson

Date : 2010

Location : United Kingdom UK / London

PDF Audio 04h 31m
Description :

The impact on the provision and delivery of dementia services, challenges, opportunities and the future of dementia care.

Keywords :

health, medicine, dementia, specialist care, healthcare

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Audio and presentations from Delivering the national dementia strategy conference

Company Description : Includes 13 Presentations (Powerpoint) and the corresponding 13 audio Files (MP3).

Product Type : Academic Conferences

Author : Various - Laing & Buisson

PDF
Audio 04h 31m

Languages : English

Following the launch of The National Dementia Strategy in February 2009, organisations involved in the delivery of dementia care services are drawing up new partnerships and discovering innovative ways of working in order to implement the Strategy.


Laing & Buisson has brought together a range of expert speakers including providers and commissioners from across PCTs, mental health trusts, the voluntary sector and community care to discover the impact that the Strategy has had on the provision and delivery of dementia services.

This conference is a unique opportunity to listen to a distinguished panel of speakers who will address the challenges, opportunities and the future of dementia care.

The following presentations and audio are available for this conference  (there is a total of 13 presentations and 13 audio files). Please note that some of the conferences in the brochure have been changed.

 

Time

Title

Speaker/s

Points covered

09:30

Chair’s opening remarks

 

 

09.45

Living well with dementia: implementing the National Dementia Strategy

Claire Goodchild
National Dementia Strategy
Programme Manager, Implementation
Department of Health

 

10.10

Commissioning good dementia care services

Claire Goodchild
National Dementia Strategy Programme
Manager, Implementation
Department of Health

• Emphasis on alignment of commissioning across care and health
• Commissioning levers
• Focus on outcomes

10.30

Open forum

 

 

11.00

The dementia strategy and its relevance to extra-care settings

Claire Anderson
Extra Care and Services Director
Hanover Housing Group

• Supporting residents with dementia
• Integrated communities
• Integrating design and service delivery

11.30

Case study: Community based dementia care services

Stephen Bateman
Service Director
Allied Healthcare International

 

12.00

Open forum

 

 

13.30

Early onset dementia

Richard Hardman
Director of Service Development
Barchester Healthcare

 

14.15

People with learning disabilities and dementia

Dr Nick Hutchinson
Clinical Psychologist, Learning Disabilities
Humber Mental Health Teaching NHS Trust

• An overview of the key issues relating to dementia in people with learning disabilities including the prevalence of dementia, clinical presentation and additional health conditions associated with dementia in this population
• A summary of best practice in assessment and intervention for people with learning disabilities and dementia
• Provide information on how best to support people with learning disabilities who develop dementia in order to maximise quality of life

14.45

Implementing support for families of people with dementia

Gary Blatch
Dementia Strategy Manager
Carla Fourie
Consultant Social Work Practitioner and Carer Strategy Lead
South Essex Partnership University
NHS Foundation Trust

The Living Well with Dementia Strategy recognises that carers are ‘the most valuable resource for people with dementia’ and has a separate objective aimed at ensuring that the National Carer Strategy is implemented to meet the needs of this group of carers. This presentation will provide an overview of:
• Delivering the Carers Strategy for families and carers of people with dementia
• Good practice examples on how to implement support for families and carers of people with dementia

15.30

Development of a new dementia adviser service within the society

Mary Garvey
Director of Service Development
Alzheimer's Society

• Alzheimer’s Society approach to development of the dementia adviser service
• Experience and learning to date

15.45

Interactive panel discussion on topics raised during the day

Panalists include: Claire Anderson, Dr Nick Hutchinson , Mary Garvey

 

 

 

 

Audio and presentations from Delivering the national dementia strategy conference

Company Description : Includes 13 Presentations (Powerpoint) and the corresponding 13 audio Files (MP3).

Product Type : Academic Conferences

Author : Various - Laing & Buisson

PDF
Audio 04h 31m

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.