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Following the success of the pilot programme we are delighted that this innovative and exciting Dementia Leadership Course for Strategic Leaders is to be run in London this November. Specifically designed for the housing sector by Sitra, the Association of Dementia Studies (ADS), at the University of Worcester and the Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN) this course is a must for oganisations serious about improving the way they support people living with dementia.
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Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) have today published a guide to help Local Authorities meet their requirements to improve the information they publish about the support services available in their local communities before April 2015 - a requirement under the new Care Act.
The 1st October saw the start of the new model of regulation and inspection of Adult Social Care services by the Care Quality Commission. They have now published a series of handbooks to help providers fully understand these new regulatory requirements which are designed to put people at the heart of everything.
13 Nov 2014
Fundamental changes to the way the CQC (Care Quality Commission) inspects adults social care services were introduced on 1 October 2014. This isn’t just a new system - CQC is looking to develop a new relationship with providers which supports quality improvement across the sector. Find out what this means for you!
20 Nov 2014
Public health responsibilities transferred back to local government in April 2013 following the Health and Social Care Act 2012. Local government is best placed to bring together a wide range of activity that will enable a more effective approach to protecting and improving health and wellbeing, and reducing health inequalities locally, for example commissioning for homes and housing-related services. This event will provide an introduction to public health and explore the role and opportunities for housing and housing-related support in improving client wellbeing.