Conference / funding / Manchester / social care / vulnerable adults / winterbourne

Improving Care, Improving Lives: Supporting Society’s Vulnerable Adults

5th December 2012, Manchester Conference Centre

  • Do you provide care and support services for vulnerable adults?
  • Are you interested in exploring how we can prevent another Winterbourne scandal from happening?
  • Are you concerned that the Government have so far refused to reform the social care funding system?
  • Are you concerned that the recently published social care white paper has failed to address the future of social care funding?

Register Your Place Today

Confirmed Speakers Include

Claire Crawley
Senior Policy Manager, Adult Safeguarding, Department of Health

Sue McMillan
Head of Operational Improvement, Care Quality Commission

Robert Templeton
Head of Transforming Adult Social Care, Social Care Institute for Excellence

Simon Parkinson
Strategic Director; Education Learning & Work, Mencap

NEW TO THE PROGRAMME: Panel Debate- Social Care Funding: Where next?

Hear from a panel of experts on how they envisage the funding issue can be addressed. Discuss, debate and hear examples of best practice where organisations have taken the initiative to independently deliver a duty of care.

View Full Details of Programme and Speakers

Improving Care, Improving Lives: Supporting Society’s Vulnerable Adults features a panel of high profile speakers from the fields of health and social care and disability advocacy. Delegates will hear practical examples of best practice, gain a better understanding of the latest developments in the field, and have opportunities for discussion and debate which will furnish them with the tools to transform their own practice.

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