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The Wigan Deal

12 Jul 2018 Presenter: Stuart Cowley

The Wigan Deal

Stuart Cowley, Director for Health and Adult Social Care at Wigan Council recorded a full Webinar about ‘The Wigan Deal’ for the South West ADASS Annual Conference 2018.

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South West ADASS Annual Conference 2018 – Managing Demand

12 Jul 2018 Presenter: Research in Practice for Adults

South West ADASS Annual Conference 2018 – Managing Demand

The health, wellbeing and social care system is facing and delivering unprecedented challenges and solutions. Key to this is managing demand – whether that is demand through primary prevention or working differently across services to improve outcomes for people already in the system.

The South West ADASS Conference covered different aspects of ‘managing demand’ including prevention, integration, quality and value for money, and understanding demand. It brought together national and local information, and evidence sources, setting tried and tested practice examples within the strategic and policy context.

Stuart Cowley, Director for Health and Adult Social Care at Wigan Council recorded a full webinar about ‘The Wigan Deal’ for the conference.

Throughout the conference delegates recorded their feedback via video. This has been combined with key messages and slides into a short digital conference report available below which tells the story of the conference for people who weren’t able to attend. Please take 10 minutes to see what was covered and listen to the reflections of Directors and Assistant Directors across the region.

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Throughout the South West ADASS Annual Conference 2018 delegates recorded their feedback via video. This has been combined with key messages and slides into a short digital conference report which tells the story of the conference for people who weren’t able to attend. Please take 10 minutes to see what was covered and listen to the reflections of Directors and Assistant Directors across the region.

Criminal Exploitation: County Lines and the impact on adults

11 Jun 2018 Presenter: Tony Saggers

Criminal Exploitation: County Lines and the impact on adults

County Lines activity is a growing area of concern for both Children's and Adults' Services.

This webinar will look in detail at County Lines and the impact on adults who become involved through cuckooing and other forms of exploitation. It will be presented by Tony Saggers, the previous Head of Threat & Intelligence for Drug Trafficking at the National Crime Agency and co-national lead for County Lines.

Aimed at: This webinar would be of interest to anyone working with adults at a practice, strategic, commissioning or partnership level.

Evaluating family group conferences with adults

18 Oct 2017 Presenter: Lydia Guthrie

Evaluating family group conferences with adults

This webinar will launch the new RiPfA Evaluating family group conferences with adults: Practice Tool.

Following this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of evaluating a family group conference (FGC) service.
  • Consider the stakeholders who may benefit from receiving evaluation data.
  • Understand key points from the latest research/evidence base regarding the effectiveness of adult FGCs, and apply this thinking to your own service/practice.
  • Use the RiPfA Practice Tool to evaluate both the process and the outcomes of FGCs with adults.

Aimed at: All those involved in adult family group conferences, including senior leaders, managers and coordinators who already run or are looking to set up a family group conference service for adults.

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What does evidence-informed telecare look like?

03 Oct 2017 Presenter: Dr John Woolham

What does evidence-informed telecare look like?

Much has been written about telecare, and the evidence regarding its use is the subject of debate.

As well as looking at the existing evidence on telecare, this webinar will look at the findings from a new study looking at the use of telecare and put forward ideas for developing practice.

Aimed at: Commissioners and practitioners in adult social care.

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