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Housing and Health: Keys to Integrated Care

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!Audacious Church

Trinity Way

Manchester

Salford

M3 7BD

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Housing and Health: Keys to Integrated Care

7 November 2019


About this Event:

The conference focuses on the importance of community and home for joined-up care for patients. Where we live, the homes we live in and the stability of our housing situation can have a profound impact on our health. We will explore how integrated care can support keeping people independent and at home, and on supporting discharge from hospital. The event will also look at the wider picture of housing and home life, and its effects on long term health needs such as fuel poverty, homelessness, poor quality and overcrowded housing. We will look at the role that local authorities, health and housing have to play to address some of these issues, showcasing digital solutions, transformational changes to service delivery, and emerging ideas.


What's on the agenda?

The agenda is still being finalised. A sample of the confirmed sessions include:

The housing needs of the older population to improve health and wellbeing: a presentation from Tameside Public Health describing the housing needs of the older population, what can be done to improve health and wellbeing outcomes to allow people to live in their own homes for longer. Speakers: Jacqui Dorman and Lauren Foster, Public Health, Tameside Council.

Digital Approach to Multi-Agency Domiciliary Care Medicine Management: a project to help support care workers with meds management in home care situations. Digitally linking up pharmacists, GPs, hospitals with carers to ensure they deliver the 'right meds at the right time'. This project is co-designed by five councils with leading eMAR specialists. Speakers: TBC

Developing St Helens Cares in partnership with Housing: St Helen's Council and Torus Housing will deliver this joint presentation to share the work they have done to support collaboration in the development of St Helens Cares. The St Helens Cares model acknowledges that, in order to achieve sustained improvement in populationoutcomes whilst achieving system financial balance, significant change is required in the relationship between system partners to create a place-based health, care and community model, and between services and citizens to foster a culture of independence, resilience and self-care. Speakers: Sarah Bullock, St Helens Council & Michelle Wood, Helena Partnerships

A Digital Approach to Liberty Protection Safeguards: This project is an agile discovery approach to the new Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) legislation, mapping the differences to the current Deprivation of Liberty process and optimising ways of engaging all stakeholders and developing a digital solution that works for all partners. This project is a collaboration of local government business analysts and technology solution specialists and five co-funding local authorities, supported by the Local Government Association’s Social Care Digital Innovation Programme (SCDIP). Speakers: TBC


Who should attend?

Anyone interested in integrated care, particularly from health, housing and local authorities.


Anything else I need to know?

Arrivals are from 9:00 (for a 10:00am start), the event will finish at 4:30pm. Please note that lunch will be provided and dietary needs, if submitted more than 7 days in advance, will be catered for (in the event that your dietary requirement cannot be met, you will be informed before the day of the event).

Places are limited so please register your interest to attend ASAP.

Complimentary tea, coffee and lunch will be provided on the day.

All iNetwork events are CPD certified. Delegates are eligible to request, on registration, a free CPD certificate for attending. Delegates must sign the register to prove attendance, and CPD certificates will be sent after the event.


The small print:

Event Registration & Cancellation information: FREE attendance for those individuals from organisations that have a current subscription with iNetwork . For non subscribing public sector members, the cost is £295 plus VAT per person.
If you plan to attend, please register no later than 7 days before the event in order that we may confirm numbers with the venue. Please let us know in plenty of time if you have booked onto the event but cannot attend by emailing karys.thompson@tameside.gov.uk.

No cancellation charges apply, however each no-show or last minute cancellations is costly, using funds that cannot be recouped. Sufficient notice [at least 7 days in advance - which is the minimum notification for most venues] or delegate substitution with a colleague is much appreciated.

iNetwork's privacy notice can be found here: https://www.tameside.gov.uk/privacynotice/finance

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Location

!Audacious Church

Trinity Way

Manchester

Salford

M3 7BD

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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