Upcoming Webinar – Voluntary sector partnerships and Integrated Care Systems

Find out full details of the upcoming SCIE webinar “Voluntary sector partnerships and Integrated Care Systems” on Tuesday 30th November.

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is hosting a webinar on Tuesday 30th November 12:00pm – 1.25pm, covering the topic “Voluntary sector partnerships and Integrated Care Systems”. Click here to book your place or read on for further details.

This webinar will explore the importance of the voluntary, community and social enterprise VCSE sector contribution in shaping, improving and delivering services, and developing and implementing plans to tackle the wider determinants of health. It will look at how to effectively include this diverse and creative sector in emergent ICB structures and models. 

The webinar shares learning from systems, and asks:

  • How Integrated Care Boards ICBs can engage and embed the VCSE sector in system level governance and decision making arrangements.
  • How to build on the involvement of VCSE partners in forums at place and neighbourhood level.
  • And also examines how to ensure the VCSE sector can be supported to remain resilient and effective as part of a wider system

Voluntary sector partnerships: the vital cornerstone of integrated care systems

Chair:

Neil Tester, Director at the Richmond Group of Charities

Speakers: 

  • Frances Newell, Head of Partnership Development, Leadership and Partnerships team, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Maddy Desforges, CEO, NAVCA
  • Susannah Howard, Programme Director, Suffolk and North East Essex ICS
  • Sally Chandler, Chief Executive, Carers Trust Hillingdon
  • Stewart Lucas, System Lead for VCSE Integration (Mental Health), Manchester Mind

Click here to book your place

SCIE Guidance: Safeguarding and Covid-19

Take a look at a series of guides from SCIE on safeguarding adults and children during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) have published safeguarding guidance for those supporting adults and children during the coronavirus pandemic. There are several “quick guides” on a range of topics along with a collection of guidance, resources and research from the care sector. Click here to view the guidance.

SCIE guidance on delivering face-to-face adult day care services

The SCIE has published new guidance on delivering safe, face-to-face adult day care services to help support day care managers, social workers, and more.

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has published new guidance on delivering safe, face-to-face adult day care. Their guidance aims to support you, day care managers, social workers, commissioners and providers, to restart or continue activities. It is focused on community-based day services, day centres (with and without personal care), including specialised day centre environments, and those with outdoor spaces. To see the guidance, please click here.

Safeguarding guidance and training during Covid-19

The Social Care Institute for Excellence has published two new pieces of guidance on safeguarding adults during the Covid-19 crisis, including a training webinar.

New guidance on safeguarding adults living with dementia

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has published new guidance on safeguarding adults with dementia during the COVID-19 crisis. Their quick guide aims to support care providers and staff to safeguard people with dementia during the crisis recognising that people may be more vulnerable to abuse or neglect and care providers and staff are likely to be under extra pressure. Click here to see the guidance.

New webinar training available on safeguarding adults

SCIE has developed a series of webinars to help organisations keep adults with care and support needs safe in a variety of settings.

Each week, they will explore specific aspects of the safeguarding process and people can attend one-off sessions to refresh their learning or sign up to all six for a complete overview and introduction to safeguarding adults. Click here to find out more.