Friday, 27th January 2017
Congress Centre, 28 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
With local Transforming Care Partnerships (TCPs) beginning their work, this timely seminar will provide an opportunity to assess future policy priorities for people with learning disabilities across health and social care.
Delegates will consider the implementation of NHS England’s Building the Right Support plan, with local plans proposed by TCPs - collaborations between Clinical Commissioning Groups, local authorities and specialised commissioners - due to be assessed against countrywide objectives, with the aim of, by 2019, reducing the reliance on inpatient care and establishing a national service delivery model for commissioners and providers.
Further sessions focus on the impact of population-based healthcare, via new Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs), on care for people with learning disabilities, the impact of new inspection methodologies announced in the CQC’s five-year strategy on the regulation of care, and priorities for personalising care in light of the national rollout of the Integrated Personal Commissioning programme - as well as improving access to primary care for people with learning disabilities.