Supporting Adults with Incapacity and the role of the Office of the Public Guardian Ayr & Perth (Sept/October 2017 dates and venues TBC)
Register to attend both seminars: £185 + VAT Public & Private Sector; £165 + VAT 3rd sector & Charitable Organisations
Attendance at one seminar either AM or PM £99 + VAT Public & Private Sector; £89 + VAT 3rd Sector & Charitable Organisations
The morning seminar will focus on the general principles of supporting adults with incapacity including -: What is capacity – what is a power of attorney – what is the latest on guardianship – what are the common problems for people using PoA’s and guardianship Each presentation will include time for questions and discussion to ensure delegates fully understand this complex area.
The afternoon seminar will focus on financial abuse, how to recognise it and how to report it, and will include practical case studies to offer delegates more insight into the OPG Investigation Service.
Each seminar will offer 3 hours verifiable CPD
‘Strengthening Community Engagement – How might the Community Empowerment Act improve integrated health & social care delivery?’
Date: Friday 13th October (morning or afternoon)
Venue: BRODIES LLP, 110, Queen Street, GLASGOW, G1 3BX
Cost to attend : £125 + VAT Public & Private Sector: £99 + VAT 3rd sector & Charitable Organisations
Speakers: Lorraine Gillies, Senior Manager (PABV), Audit Scotland; Fiona Garven, Director, Scottish Community Development Centre; Jackie McGuire, Partner, Planning & Environment, Brodies LLP & Gwenn McCreath, Chief Executive, Health-in-Mind
The Community Empowerment Act was introduced in 2015 to help empower community bodies through the ownership or control of land and buildings, and by strengthening their voices in decisions about public services.
At its core is the principle and process of Community Planning where public agencies work together and with their communities to plan and deliver better services with the aim of making a real difference to people’s lives.
In the year following the introduction of the Community Empowerment Act Health & Social Care Partnerships (IJB’s) were introduced in Scotland where local authorities and health boards share the responsibility for delivering health & social care in their communities. Central to this activity is strategic planning, and development of locality based activity, with an emphasis on health and wellbeing.
This ½ day seminar will consider if there opportunities for local authorities, IJB’s, community and voluntary organisations using the Community Empowerment Act to empower communities to plan and deliver better preventative and supportive communities and environments.