Capita’s National Conference Safeguarding At-Risk Adults in Wales Monday 10th December 2012 – Cardiff
Published by Anonymous for Capita Conferences in Health
Chair: Professor John Williams, Department of Law and Criminology, Aberystwyth University
Capita’s National Safeguarding At-Risk Adults in Wales Conference will be an excellent opportunity for you to hear from policy leaders and expert practitioners as they examine the impact of the legislative changes, as outlined in the forthcoming Social Services Bill, on existing adult protection arrangements in Wales.
Proposals within the Bill will aim to drive up standards, deliver consistency, and ensure action to strengthen adult protection arrangements. Embedded within this is an emphasis on the importance of a multi-agency approach. This timely event brings together leading stakeholders from across health, social services, housing and the police to share learning and best practice on improving outcomes for at-risk adults.
Attend this event to benchmark your own adult protection services against best practice from across the country and ensure positive outcomes for adults who are at risk of abuse in your area.
Our Expert Speakers Include:
Rob Pickford, Director of Social Services, Welsh Government
Imelda Richardson, Chief Inspector, Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales
Steven Gillingham, Assistant Director, Adult Services, Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council and Chair, Gwent Wide Adult Safeguarding Board
Carmel Napier QPM, Chief Constable, Gwent Police and Lead on Domestic Abuse, Association of Chiefs of Police Officers
Mick Collins, Senior Manager, Policy and Development Adult Social Services, Powys County Council
Steven Robinson, Senior Supported Housing Manager, Clwyd Alyn Housing Association
Jill Galvani, Director of Nursing, Midwifery and Patient Services, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
Benefits of Attending
- Hear a policy update from the Welsh Government on the key elements of the Social Services Bill impacting on adult protection arrangements
- Benefit from hearing expert advice and guidance from the CSSIW on evaluating outcomes and evidencing improvements in adult safeguarding procedures
- Take away best practice examples of integrating adult protection arrangements across health, social services, police and housing
- Understand the importance of Serious Case Reviews in driving improvements in the safeguarding of at-risk adults
- Hear how the Gwent Wide Adult Safeguarding Board are overcoming operational barriers to offer a collaborative approach to protecting at-risk adults
- Gain insight into the impact of increased take-up of direct payments on the wider safeguarding agenda
- Identify the potential for establishing operations links between adult protection and domestic violence services
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