The session will brief you on the policy issues, look at the leadership challenges for your high profile roles, and relate these to your local context. Aimed at Chairs of Health and Wellbeing Boards and lead members with responsibility for adult, children and young people services, it will also provide a crucial opportunity to share experiences and actively learn from each other.
SPRU Speaker to be confirmed
Event Outcomes: To provide an update on Transforming Care Partnerships and the Learning Disability Mortality review across Yorkshire and Humber Focusing on outcomes for individuals, provide the opportunity for professionals from across the region to share progress, best practice and challenges across Transforming Care Partnerships so that learning can be shared To agree regional priorities and ways of working at local, sub regional and regional level To learn from national best practice and gain useful practical help in tackling the issues facing local delivery and improvement
New SCIE briefing on Commissioning of Advocacy under the Care Act, being launched on 1st December. A Twitter chat as part of the launch activity so I would like to invite you to take part on Wednesday 1st December 4 - 5pm. Hash tag to take part is #careactadvocacy.
Implementing the Care Act 2014: Why Volunteering and Social Action Matter.’ Event - 24th November 2016
This is being run by York CVS with Volunteering Matters/ADASS/LGA/NAVCA in York on 24 November 2016 focussing on; ‘Implementing the Care Act 2014: Why Volunteering and Social Action Matter.’ Event details are as follows:
NEXT STEPS FOR PERSONALISATION Delivered by TLAP, ADASS North West, ADASS Yorkshire and Humber and Helen Sanderson Associates WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2016, AT CEDAR COURT HOTEL, LINDLEY MOOR ROAD, HUDDERSFIELD, HD3 3RH
Delivered by Consequence UK Ltd The Programme includes: Current SAR, DHR and Mental Health Landscape Achieving a common perspective and approach How to deliver an active learning process – tools and techniques What constitutes a good recommendation and reasonable action plan.
This is a special opportunity to learn how to use the Public Sector Scorecard, which has been described by the Operational Research Society as 'moving performance management from a top-down, blinkered, blame-game approach to a system founded on inclusiveness, cooperation and understanding'.