Community Care Conferences is pleased to announce a re-run of the hugely successfully Improving Outcomes for Adults at Risk event in Birmingham, due to the overwhelming popularity of November’s conference in London.
Adult social care is going through a period of huge transition. Funding constraints, changes to legislative frameworks and new Government guidance are increasingly impacting on the day-to-day work of frontline staff and management.
It is essential that practitioners keep their finger on the pulse of change and learn from good practice in implementing new national and local strategies to safeguard adults at risk.
The Improving Outcomes for Adults at Risk conference provides frontline workers and their directors with an update on policy and reform, whilst focussing specifically on key practice issues including:
- Using the Deprivation of Liberties Safeguards
- Engaging service users in adult safeguarding
- Managing cases of self neglect
- Learning the lessons from Serious Case Reviews
- Providing ‘quality outcomes’ within constrained budgets
Register your place today to hear case studies from pioneering local authorities, exchange ideas with other colleagues during discussion sessions and get to grips with the lessons to be learned from the Winterbourne View abuse case.
Tailor your own conference experience by choosing from dedicated streams for Management and Frontline Practitioners.
Join us and ensure you equip yourself with the latest knowledge and tools you need to continue delivering positive outcomes for adults at risk in the new era of adult social care!