Getting the best from your reablement service – Skills for Care Conference 22 July 2014
Getting the best from your reablement service
Tuesday 22 July 2014 Skills for Care offices, Tavistock Square, London
Skills for Care and The College of Occupational Therapists are hosting a reablement conference to explore the contribution good reablement can make to those providing and receiving care and support.
Reablement services aim to help people accommodate their illness or condition by learning or relearning the skills necessary for daily living (Care Services Efficiency Delivery Programme, Homecare Reablement Workstream 2007).
This conference will provide an opportunity to hear the latest research related to reablement and find out how to measure the success of reablement. It will also look at examples of how employers are using reablement services for successful outcomes.
The event will be useful for social care employers, owners, people involved in learning and development and commissioners.
Those attending will hear from key experts in the field of reablement and have an opportunity to explore with colleagues how you might get the best out of a reablement services and the ‘must have’ ingredients for a successful reablement service.
By attending the event, delegates will:
- gain a greater understanding of what makes for a successful reablement service for both the person receiving care and support and the organisation in terms of budget, sustainability and best practice
- learn about different models of reablement practice
- understand what metrics are useful in determining the success of reablement
- hear from successful providers of reablement and share best practices.
To book your place please complete the attached booking form. There is a cost for the event.
Source: Black Country Partnership for Care bulletin 3.7.2014