About the session
The Independent Review of Adult Social Care published in February 2021 sets out a vision for reform of adult social care that is focussed on:
- human rights and equality,
- individual choice, quality,
- empowerment of people who need support and carers, and
- valuing the workforce.
The Scottish Government is now looking at the implementation of key recommendations from the review. For a successful transformation to a care system that is integrated, focuses on prevention, independence and choice, housing and housing support services must play a significant role.
This webinar will enable participants to consider
- the priorities for the Scottish Government taking forward the recommendations of the review
- the key issues and implications for housing associations and housing support providers
- the role of housing and housing support providers in achieving the vision for social care
You will hear from:
- Donna Bell, Director, the Mental Health and Social Care Directorate , Scottish Government
- Nile Istephan, Chief Executive Eildon Housing Association
- Iain Macfarlane, Chief Executive, Blue Triangle
Who should attend?
The webinar is aimed at chief officers and senior managers from general needs, specialist housing associations and housing support providers.
A panel of experts including the speakers will be available to answer questions and participate in the discussion to share views and consider the implications and role of housing
Costs & how to book
This session is taking place on Thursday 30 June from 14:00 - 15:30 and is FREE to attend. To book your place use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.
You will receive the link for the session around 24 hours the session is due to start which you will use on the day to access it.
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