Older People's Services: Agile solutions under financial pressure #opss13
05 Feb 2013
Broadcast from London

Headline Speakers

A day of interactive management presentations and discussion with sector leaders and policy makers. The essential event to benchmark your preparations for 2013.

The Chancellor will have set out his autumn statement by the time of this conference and the financial landscape for the next three years will be clearer.

Councils are preparing for the Carers Support bill requirement Agile and proactive service providers are coming up with new solutions, doing things differently adapting existing systems, finding new sources of funding and “human capital” plus opening up the possibilities created by the next stage of the digital revolution, 4G and facetime.

Get 5 new ideas for areas to act and explore for your services and to support your older population.

Programme
10:00
Stephen Burke, Director, United for All Ages and Good Care Guide
Chair’s opening remarks and setting the scene

10:10
Sarah Pickup, President, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS)
The financial landscape

10:25
Andrew Webster, Tri Borough Executive Director, Adult Social Care, Westminster City Council, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham
The financial landscape

10:35
Chris Horlick, Managing Director - Care, Partnership
The financial landscape

10:45
Paul McKay, Service Director, Promoting Independence and Public Protection, Nottinghamshire County Council
The financial landscape

10:55
Panel discussion:
11:15
Break
11:45
Lord Richard Best OBE, Chair, Hanover Housing
Public independent and private sector collaboration

12:05
Siân Walker, Director of Adult Care Operations, Wiltshire Council
Public independent and private sector collaboration

12:15
Les Clarke, Director of Operations, Housing 21
Public independent and private sector collaboration

12:25
Sarah McClinton, Director of Adult Social Care, London Borough of Southwark
Public independent and private sector collaboration

12:35
Hazel Brodie, Older People’s Pilot Project Manager, Cancer Services Innovation Directorate, Macmillan Cancer Support
Public independent and private sector collaboration

12:45
Panel discussion:
13:00
Break
14:15
Bill Mumford, Think Local Act Personal, Managing Director, MacIntyre; Chairman, Voluntary Organisations Disability Group
Social Capital: resilient people, resilient families, resilient organisations and resilient communities

14:35
Siân Lockwood OBE, Chief Executive, Community Catalysts CIC
Micro-enterprise: Harnessing social capital for social purpose

14:55
Dennis Holmes, Deputy Director, Adult Social Services, Leeds City Council
15:05
Janet Morrison, Chief Executive, Independent Age
15:15
Cath Dillon, Enterprise Director, Participle
15:25
Panel discussion:
15:45
Stephen Burke, Director, United for All Ages and Good Care Guide
Presentation to the winners of the Awards for All Ages

16:15
End of broadcast