Adult Social Care Efficiency Programme Event (London)
London - 17 July 2014
Park Plaza Victoria, London - 17 July 2014
The final ASCE event will bring together programme participants and others working in adult social care to showcase pragmatic and aspirational approaches developed through the three year programme.
Professor John Bolton will present headline findings from the final report and participants will hear from a range of local authority speakers who will be presenting evidence based approaches to making savings in adult social care budgets. Topics under discussion will include promoting independence, workforce optimisation, use of assistive technology, joint commissioning and health and social care integration.
Adult social care efficiency programme
Who should attend?
We will give priority to ASCE participants but will then be opening up the event to other authorities to share the findings more widely.
This event is aimed at:
· directors of Adult Social Care,
· heads of service or those with responsibility for commissioning or transforming adult social care services,
· members with responsibility for adult social care.
How to book
If you are interested in attending this event or would like more information please e-mail
Contact: Alexandra Marshall
09.30: Refreshments available – Victoria Suite
Councillor Peter Fleming, Local Government Association
10.10: Health and social care integration
10.30: The Final ASCE Report
John Bolton – ASCE Programme Consultant
11.30: Sharing emerging lessons and good practice
a. Tameside – full savings programme,
b. Durham / South Tyneside – transforming culture to promote independence
c. Liverpool – radical work with partners to save money
1.00: Lunch and networking
a. Will social enterprises/staff run mutuals save money?
(Croydon, Shropshire, Cheshire West)
b. How does integration with health save money?
(Northumberland, Southend, Calderdale)
c. Improvements to reablement
(Luton, Torbay, Richmond)
d. Can we help teams to be more productive?
(Kent, Central Bedfordshire)
e. Do personal budgets help to save money?
(Barking and Dagenham, Enfield, Stockport)
2.45: Workshops repeated