Supported Housing Conference
Published by Anonymous for Capita Conferences in Housing
Monday 25th March 2013 – Central London
Our National Supported Housing Conference gives you strategic and practical guidance on delivering high quality, sustainable housing related support services following recent reforms to housing benefit payments and the introduction of Payment by Results models and personal budgets.
You will hear from best practice local authorities and housing associations leading the way in demonstrating how supported housing services positively contribute to the health and wellbeing of their local community.
Attend to ensure you are fully equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to deliver efficient, person-centred supported housing services and evidence the wider benefits that these services bring to guarantee continued funding.
Our expert speakers Include:
- Keynote Address: Kevin McGeough, Senior Strategy Manager, Homes and Communities Agency
- Chair: Vic Rayner, Chief Executive, Sitra
- Lorraine Jackson, Senior Policy Manager, Older People and Dementia, Department of Health
- Rachael Byrne, Executive Director of Care and Support, Home Group
- Lorraine Regan, Retained Associate, Chartered Institute of Housing
- Eileen McMullan, Supporting People Programme Manager, Islington Borough Council
- Beryl Gillespie, Head of Older People's Services, CHS Group
- Sarah Vallelly, Intelligence Manager, Business Development, Housing 21
Benefits of Attending
- The Homes and Communities Agency will tell you about the progress made in delivering a dedicated proportion of the Affordable Housing Programme as supported housing and housing for older people
- Evidence the preventative value of supported housing, including easing demand on the NHS and ensuring a better quality of life for patients
- Hear from the Chartered Institute of Housing about implementing a quality assessment tool to ensure positive practice is recognised and benchmarked to facilitate tendering for new work
- Take away best practice advice on delivering personalised services to meet the needs of marginalised groups such as older and vulnerable people
- Get to grips with how implementation of the personalisation agenda gives clients choice and control over their accommodation and the services they require
Contact Matthew Guy 0207 960 7720 firstname.lastname@example.org