Industrial Challenge Healthy Ageing Grand Challenge
£5 million fund to develop support for unpaid carers
The LGA, in partnership with the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, is organising four free sector-led learning events to share learning from the Care Quality Commission’s review of 20 local systems, which was announced in July last year. The events will give delegates an opportunity to explore how the methodology used could be applied through a sector-led improvement lens.
ADASS Yorkshire & Humber Project Leader (Scale PO4) – (0.6 FTE – 3 days per week) – Contract until 31st March, 2019
An exciting opportunity has arisen to work in the ADASS Yorkshire and Humber region. This post supports the adult social care and health agenda across 15 local authorities working on a range of projects which helps the ADASS Yorkshire & Humber Branch deliver against its priorities. The post holder will be part of a small team who work with local authorities in the region and a range of priority networks that contribute to facilitating sector led improvement and addressing key risks and challenges that the sector is facing.
Implementing the Care Act 2014: Why Volunteering and Social Action Matter.’ Event - 24th November 2016
Details of an event have been forwarded to me which you or your colleagues maybe interested in attending. 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: