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DToC Roadshow

LondonADASS

Tuesday, 18 October 2016 from 10:00 to 15:00 (BST)

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DToC Event 137 Tickets 18 Oct 2016 Free  

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DELAYED TRANSFER OF CARE ROADSHOW

(including A&E improvement plan)

 

Agenda

 

Chaired by Grainne Siggins, Director of Adult Services

London Borough of Newham & LondonADASS Lead for Health 

 

Event looking at:

  • ECIP lessons learnt
  • Sharing good practice around discharge to assess and trusted assessor models
  • Innovative housing solutions
  • Quality and sustainability of the care market

 

10:00

 

Arrivals – registration

 

 

10.30

 

Welcome, introductions & context setting

 

Grainne Siggins

10:40

A&E Improvement plan including the London DToC position  

 

Tbc

 

10:55

 

ECIP – lessons learnt

 

 

Charlie MacNally / Elizabeth Sargeant

 

11:15

 

A&E Improvement plan - Discharge Programme overview

Sharing practice

  • Discharge to assess approach
  • Trusted assessor approach
  • Innovative housing solutions

 

Grainne Siggins

 

 


12:00

 

Plenary - Questions

 

 

All

12.15

 

Lunch

 

 

13.00

 Overview of the session

 

Grainne Siggins

 

 13:05

 

CHC assessments - community 

 

 Tbc

13:25

 

Quality and sustainability of the market

 

 Tbc

13:50

 

Working on tables identify:

  • 3 most grappling issues and proposed means of addressing them within DToC plan
  • Proposed solutions
  • Support offer 

 

 

Table discussions

14:45

 

Outstanding questions and summing up

 

 

Grainne Siggins

 

 

15.00

 

Close

 

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Grange City Hotel
8-14 Cooper's Row
EC3N 2BQ London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 18 October 2016 from 10:00 to 15:00 (BST)


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Organiser

LondonADASS

The main aim of LondonADASS is to improve social care across London and to identify ways of doing so more cost-effectively.  We do this by working with staff in Adult Social Services across London and with other bodies, such as NHS England, who are involved with the health and wellbeing of Londoners.  We encourage collaboration through a number of networks and projects focused on particular topics.

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