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Care homes have the potential to develop a whole range of new services that would enable them to become centres of excellence for the management of dementia and other long term conditions.

dieticians, audiologists opticians and dentists should be persuaded to work more closely with the sector and spend more time supporting people in residential care.

promoting their services: ‘They have got to get out there and change the view of commissioners. It requires people from local care services to bang on the door and make their voice heard.’

This is the ambitious vision that Professor Martin Green, chief executive of the English Community Care Association, will be sharing with attendees at the Health +Care event.

Commissioners may need to make some unpopular decisions about providing more services in independent care homes where nurses are cheaper to employ because employers don’t have to fund expensive public sector pensions. ‘Some healthcare professionals would definitely lose out from this arrangement but we need to remind ourselves that the issue is about how you shift resources around the system so that the citizen wins rather than the professional. The professional’s role is to support the citizen.

To achieve standards of excellence residential care employers need think about investing in their workforce so that it is well trained, highly skilled and properly remunerated. People need to feel that that rather than just doing a job that they have a career. ‘People who work in this sector are brilliant at what they do and we must start to recognise that as a society,’ he says.

Professor Green envisages a future where care homes will provide long-term residential care, reablement services, respite, night and day care services and emergency interventions plus support for carers. This will require commissioners to channel money from the NHS into care homes which could provide support for people with long term conditions more cheaply.

‘The bottom line is there’s going to be no extra funding in this sector so what we have got to do is reapportion what we’ve got,’ he says.

Care home owners also need to move away from relying on block contracts provided by the state. As clients gain greater control of their finances through personal budgets and direct payments they will be able to make more informed choices about the services they require.

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Prof Martin Green a business rather than just a service. It is a trend and the people who don’t get that message won’t survive. The care home businesses that will thrive in the future will be those that are creative and start doing things differently.’ Professor Green who is speaking at the Health + Care event and is also chairing the first day in the residential theatre says: ‘People should come to this conference because it’s an opportunity not only to hear presentations from some very experienced people in the sector, but also to express their views, network with colleagues and visit the exhibition where there will be some practical ideas on show that will help them deliver better care.’

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The new inspection regime will scrutinise the things that are most important to people such as: are services safe, effective, caring and well led, and do they respond to people’s needs?

The answer is through individual service funds, says Helen Sanderson, chief executive of Helen Sanderson Associates, a consultancy which works with organisations to achieve person centred change.

The strategy also says the CQC will use information and evidence more effectively to predict, identify and respond to services that are failing. This includes listening better to people’s views and experience of care and to care staff to hear about their concerns.

Ms Sanderson, will be giving a presentation to the Health + Care show about a project at Bruce Lodge, a care home in Stockport where they introduced person centred practices and the principles of individual service funds to 43 people with dementia.

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Delegates attending the Health + Care show will be among the first to hear details of a new cross Government partnership framework for integration being developed by the Department of Health (DH).

now starting to show very promising early signs that services can be improved and savings made. Initial findings showcased in a report in published in June last year demonstrate that change is possible, savings can be made and services improved.

Damon Palmer, policy Lead for Health and Social Care Integration, at the DH, who is speaking at the conference, will be explaining how the framework will be used to encourage and promote enthusiasm for integration among those who are leading the way on the ground.

These three local authorities are now looking to further integrate care across their clinical commissioning groups, providers and community services to improve patient and user health outcomes and experience.

“The framework will be a key vehicle for alerting and signposting people to the work that we are involved in. It will be a springboard for our ambitions,” he says. There are already a number of sources of inspiration and good practice beginning to emerge from some of the early pioneers of integrated care. Examples of the numerous changes that need to take effect across an entire locality can be found among the Community Budget pilots. Community Budgets are designed to allow providers of public services to share budgets, improve outcomes for local people and reduce duplication and waste. Further information can be found on the local government association website. Mr Palmer points to one particularly successful project - the tri-borough Community Budget pilot where three central London councils Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and City of Westminster – have joined forces to protect front-line services by combining funding streams from across their patch. They are

Mr Palmer points out that the DH, and its partners, are committed to encouraging local experimentation: ‘We want to encourage and support those who are working together locally to build innovative models of care, tailored to local needs and circumstances. We know there are still barriers and complexities at national level, so through the national collaboration (between the DH, Monitor, Commissioning Board, Local Government Association, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services) we are considering how best to support local innovation and share learning without getting in the way of innovative service development.’ Announcing the pilots at the end of last year, care services minister Norman Lamb said the DH was keen to enable local ‘experimentation’ rather than dictate how integration should be done. The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust have also been doing a considerable amount of research into integration and Mr Palmer says the DH will be keen to highlight the evidence that these organisations reveal including their pilot work with a series of English integrated sites.

The DH is also currently working to put as much material about integrated care as it can on to the Local Government Association’s website called the Knowledge Hub, a professional social network which helps people in local government and across the NHS connect and share online in a secure environment. Mr Palmer says they are keen to support continuous learning and innovation: ‘We want to work in partnership with localities to understand what the problems are and what we can do to support them in terms of helping them to overcome any barriers or obstacles and challenges. ‘What we don’t want is for there to be just isolated pilots while other localities stand by and watch from a distance. We want to enable all localities to embark upon more innovative and integrated working. ‘I hope that delegates coming to the Health + Care conference will find they have the opportunity to take back to their offices different ideas and will be inspired to ask themselves why they are or are not doing different things. ‘Our message is that there is no one model of integrated care, there is no one-size-fits-all blueprint. To some extent it’s about localities finding and developing and implementing the solutions that best meet their local needs.’

DAMON PALMER will be speaking at HEALTH+CARE

The challenges of personalisation and safeguarding Self-directed support (SDS) is a term that conjures up magical opportunities. But while giving clients personalised budgets and more control over their care brings great gains it might also increases potential risk of harm, according to Jill Manthorpe, Professor of Social Work and Director of the Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King’s College London. In a presentation to the Health + Care conference on the challenges of personalisation and safeguarding Professor Manthorpe will discuss the ways in which worries about risks have changed and how new systems are emerging to make the most of SDS while still minimising risk of harm . Adults who are entitled to publicly funded social care are often very frail or have quite profound cognitive disabilities so they may have difficulties managing their own money and may not have anybody around who is able to help them to do it. So a question is could SDS be adding to their difficulties? Vulnerable adults in receipt of SDS might also attract people who are unscrupulous and want to abuse or exploit them. How do professionals manage that risk on behalf of their clients? Professor Manthorpe highlights that nobody

can ever say all services are safe so in challenging financial times health and social care professionals need to ensure systems are developed in which vulnerable people can be sufficiently supported.

of learning points from 20 years ago. However the good news is that people are more vigilant about the risk of harm these days - in child protection, bullying of people with disabilities and domestic violence situations.

The buck stops with the local authority but now that many services are contracted out there is a question not only about how much monitoring should be done but how much capacity do staff now have to do this monitoring. How do you prioritise? What is proportionate?

‘People talk about these things more - it’s not that long ago that all these issues were swept under the carpet,’ she says.

Another area of concern is around the financial exploitation of vulnerable people entitled to publicly funded care who are unable to complain if they are not getting value for money. Voluntary and other community groups need to know who to contact if they are the first to suspect that things are not going well.

Professor Manthorpe will explain how staff need to be able to analyse the nature of risks when supporting people making decisions about SDS and to be able to assess and manage risks arising from SDS. E RP ng ki RE ea CA sp + MANTHO e LL b JI l l i w t HEALTH a

Johnny Marshall @marshall_johnny (Speaker) @HPIAndyCowper @Telegraph it is time to stop tinkering with bits of the NHS in isolation and determine what best delivery model should be

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While services provided by local authorities are becoming more individualised or personalised, from the safeguarding point of view all practitioners still have to be the eyes and ears for their clients if things are going wrong. NHS staff may be the most regular visitors to a vulnerable adult and they may be trusted. Professor Manthorpe says people working in health and social care are still hearing repeats

Prof Jill Manthorpe

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2013 health+Care Conference Highlights WEDNESDAY 12th JUNE INTEGRATED CARE INSIGHT

PROGRESS IN PERSONALISATION

RISING TO THE DEMENTIA CHALLENGE

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS RESIDENTIAL CARE

HOME CARE - SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITY

facilitated learning

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Morning plenary sessions: Opening and welcome from Dr Charles Alessi, Chair of NAPC and NHS Clinical Commissioners Integrated care: making the NHS future proof Dr Jagen John, Lead of NHS Barking and Dagenham CCG Thinking big about thinking small: a strengths-based approach to care, support and inclusion Alex Fox, CEO, Shared Lives Plus and Helen Allen, Director of Operations, Shared Lives Plus

Have local authorities got care-less with the care market? Prof. Andrew Kerslake Emeritus Professor and Associate Director, Institute of Public Care, Oxford Brookes University

Providers, NHS, local authorities - the need to work together to meet local need Catherine Murray-Howard, Director of Business Development and Partnerships, CIC

Dying to talk: how can people with dementia achieve real choice in their care if they are never asked? Dr Jayne Chedgey-Clark, National Council for Palliative Care

Identifying and overcoming key marketing challenges for care providers Nicki Wakefield, MD, Straight Up Marketing

Facing the future of 21st century care services Prof. Martin Green, Chair, ECCA

Care homes medicines optimisation Sponsored by: PCPA

Aurora sponsored session

Developing relationship-based care Caring for our future: the opportunity in care homes for Avnish Goyal, Managing Director, home care Bridget Warr, CEO, UKHCA Hallmark Care Homes

Menarini sponsored session

and wellbeing - improving Delivering improved health outcomes Role of leadership in personalised Commissioning integrated dementia Creativity outcomes and increasing Why don’t GPs understand non from all public social care care sector activity productivity residential care? Dr Glen Mason, Director of People, Anja Wilton, GP Dementia Lead, Dr Dominic Harrison,Joint Director Communities Chris Cage, CEO , Ladder to the Moon Jeremy Cooper, and Local Government Lewisham CCG and London, Borough and Emma Hanson, Head of Strategic of Public Health, Engagement and Director , iMPOWER with the Department of Health of Lewisham Partnership, Blackburn with Darwen Commissioning, Kent CC Developing a local integrated care Reablement – offering an outcome So that’s what good looks like. pathway for the prevention and Innovative technologies to assist the solution benefitting individuals Activity, community and outcomes based management of alcohol disorders day-to-day lives of care givers Liz Chidgey, Managing Director , Essex Update on the dementia challenge for people who challenge in adults Sponsored by: Cares Prof. Alastair Burns, Sponsored by: Sponsored by: Sponsored by: Dementia Tsar

Steps to building an integrated care system Damon Palmer, Lead for Health and Social Care Integration, Department of Health

Magic moments’ – Is it time to change the mood music? Cedric Frederick, CEO, Avante Partnership

Debate - Integration success: is it structural or cultural? Personalisation’s Rachel Bartlett, Head of Out of challenges to Hospital Service Transformation, NHS adult safeguarding England, London region, Prof. John Prof. Jill Manthorpe, Professor of Bolton, Consultant in SocialCare, and Social Work and Director of the Social former Strategic Finance Director Care Workforce Research Unit, King’s Institute of Public Care and Gemma College London Bruce, Development Manager, Turning Point Integrating the commissioning of health and social care is the only model for the future David Smith, Director of Health and Adult Services, Chief Officer, Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Kingston, Clinical Commissioning Group Integration of Telehealthcare Technology into Services Brad Rogers, Head of Telehealthcare and Product Development , Simplicare Dr Mark Reynolds MBE MRCGP, Medical Director, Integrated Care 24 (IC24) previously South East Health Ltd. Sponsored by:

Personalisation – making it work for people with complex needs Vivien Cooper, CEO, The Challenging Behaviour Foundation and Andrea Pope-Smith, Director of Adult Services, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council and ADASS learning disability lead

Partnership in action: delivering the dementia challenge Sarah Mitchell, Executive Director, Adult Social Care Surrey County Council and Dr Aalia Khan, GP and Chair, Mid Surrey Dementia Local Implementation Team

Care not for the financially faint-hearted. Tony Banks, Chairman, B2

Everyday excellence: greater recognition for the role of the registered manager Terri Myers, Membership, Networks and Forums Manager, National Skills Academy for Social Care

Opening Address: The Technological Revolution In The NHS Dr Tim Kelsey, National Director for Patients and Information NHS England Presenting ‘The art of the possible – NHS IT’ Gary Shuckford, Director of Strategic Research, EMIS Sponsored by:

Providing an integrated service model through technology Sponsored by: City University London sponsored session Panel Discussion: Technology transformation of intergrated health and social care - overcoming the obsticles

Reputation management: protecting your business Ros Trinick, Senior Account Manager, The 10 things you should ask your CFO PLMR Sponsored by:

The Dementia DES: the impact of screening and the lifestyle interventions possible in primary care Sponsored by

Debate: What are the hallmarks of patient centred dementia care? Penny Garner, CEO, Contented Dementia Trust and Fritha Irwin, Clinical Governance and Dementia Care Lead, Majesticare

Intergrating technology to enhance clinical outcomes Sponsored by:

Sharing information across boundaries to deliver value-based health care a clinical and technical perspective Wayne Parslow, VP EMEA, Harris Healthcare Sponsored by:

How CPRD is unlocking the potential of patient data for research Sponsored by: Transforming the care home sector – messages from the My Home Life programme Tom Owen, Director, My Home Life

Messages from serious case reviews – the learning outcomes Vic Citarella, Director, CPEA and Margaret Flynn, Chair, Lancashire County Council ‘s Safeguarding Adults Board

Care Homes - what to buy and when to sell Chris Wishart, Partner, Knight Frank LLP

Adapt or die! Trevor Brocklebank, Director, Home Instead Senior Care

Different Needs; Different Settings – Evolving Research with Older People Sponsored by:

Mears Group sponsored session Sponsored by:

How better use of IT can save the NHS £4.4bn a year (Invited) Ian Wootton, UK Healthcare Leader, Price Waterhouse Coopers Matthew Shaw, Consultant Spinal Surgeon , Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Reducing variation and improving Using the opportunity of a new patient care through pathways and medicine to redesign DVT pathways better referral management. Bernie Stribling, National Manager: Sponsored by: DESMOND and Transformation Manager, Leicestershire Cheryl Taylor, National Trainer and Assessor DESMOND Innovations in technology - case Alison Harding, Support Manager, studies DESMOND i-Spy Digital sponsored session

Strata Health sponsored session

Keynote address: Rt Hon Andy Burnham, shadow secretary of state for health.

THURSDAY 13th JUNE INTEGRATED CARE INSIGHT

PROGRESS IN PERSONALISATION

RISING TO THE DEMENTIA CHALLENGE

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS RESIDENTIAL CARE

HOME CARE - SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITY

facilitated learning

Productivity through technology

Morning plenary sessions: Welcome by conference chair Dr Mike Dixon, chair, NHS Alliance Keynote address: Norman Lamb MP, Minister for Care and Support The role of health and wellbeing boards in integration Dr. Joe McGilligan, Chair, EsyDoc CCG

‘Getting up close and personal’ – commissioning and providing in a personalised world Guy Turnbull, Director of Business Development, Care and Share Associates (CASA) and Michael Heap, Chair, Care and Share Associates (CASA)

Commissioning effective dementia services in the new health system Ben The 5 senses of the past, present and Nunn, Account Manager, MHP Mandate future in growing a care home business Healthcare and Richard Slogget, David Messenger, MD, Elder Homes Director, MHP Health Mandate

Delayed discharges are all down to social care ... or are they? Richard O’Driscoll, Cambridgeshire County Council

Working collaboratively with providers to drive person centred supports Terry Mears, Head of Commissioning, Lancashire County Council Kim Haworth, Area Commissioning Manager, Lancashire County Council

Commissioning services for people with dementia – beware of the Inverse Care Law! Prof. Steve Illiffe, Professor of Primary Care for Older People, UCL

Adapting to the changing regulatory environment Jonny Landau, Partner, Ridouts Solicitors

Planning for growth and achieving it Patrick Egan, Managing Director, Alexander Venture Consulting

Intergration and Joined Up Care in Torbay & South Devon Dr Sonja Manton, Chief Operation Officer, Torbay and Southern Devon Health and Care NHS Trust

Personalisation in practice in a care home for people living with dementia Helen Sanderson, Director, Helen Sanderson Associates

Improving dementia diagnosis: a clinical masterclass Dr Wendy Burn, Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Ensuring high quality in learning disability services: a provider perspective Peter Kinsey, CEO, Care Management Group

Debate: outcomes-based commissioning: myth or reality? Roger Booker, CEO, Sevacare, Mike Webster, Assistant Director Procurement Partnerships & Quality Assurance, North Yorks County Council and Lauren Lucas, Policy Manager, LGiU

McKesson sponsored session

The impact of personal health budgets on outcomes and costs Dr. Karen Jones, Senior Research Fellow, University of Kent

Bridging the gap between Local Authority, Care Homes and the Private Sector Mark Warburton Sponsored by: Medequip

Don’t wait for legislation change to support self funders of long term care – act now! Naomi Snell, Head of Local Authority Partnership, Paul,McKay, Service Director, Nottinghamshire County Council

The role of leadership in commissioning Timely diagnosis and management of dementia in primary care for the new landscape Dr Nick Cartmell, GP and lead for Helen Smith, Head of Commissioning Health and social care integration Programmes, National Skills Academy Dementia, NHS South of England in Kent – this is not a day trip! for Social Care (West), NHS Devon, South Devon & Nichola Gardner, Assistant Director Torbay CCG, and Western Locality of Transformation, Kent Community new Devon CCG Health NHS Trust, Jo Fraser, Employment law masterclass: avoiding Programme Manager, Health and Social the pitfalls of people management Personal health budgets:the Care Integration Programme and Sue Shelley Harcourt, Partner, experiences of budget-holders The appropriate use of drugs for Excel, HASCIP Programme Lead, Kent Shakespeares and carers dementia patients and Medway Prof. Caroline Glendinning, Professor Dr Jill Rasmussen, GP and RCGP Clinical Partnership Trust of Social Policy and Associate Director Champions, Social Policy Research Unit, University Aging and Older People of York What works? Joint working in practice Dr. Helen Dickinson, Senior Lecturer, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham

My Life Independence Training Programme for young people in transition Andrew Azzopardi, Managing Director, Sunnyside House

Reablement of older people with a dementing illness Sandra Daniels, Interim Community Hospitals Manager and Jenna Abell, Transformation Programme Manager, Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership Trust

Managing demand: how housing and care contributes Jane Ashcroft, CEO, Anchor Trust

How to be tender ready and a quality provider for the public sector? Alastair Jewson, CEO, AJ Procurement

Panel Debate: Addressing the asthma challenge in the new commissioning environment Alastair McLellan, Editor, Health Service Journal

Panasonic sponsored session

Specialised care in a big society Gordon McClurg, Managing Director, Care Management Services

MiP Masterclass

Making a difference with information Andrea Sutcliffe, CEO, Scie

PCPA sponsored session

NICE’s role in shaping the future of social care Dr. Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

A paperless NHS by 2018 - how to make David Cameron’s vision a reality Neil Darvil, Director of Informatics, St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals Trust and Belfast Health and Social Care Trust How can we remain clinically productive, improve quality and evidence it – innovations in technology Sponsored by:

Rethinking the role of Telecare and Telehealth: how do you embed and mainstream assistive technology? Sponsored by:

Winning the QIPP challenge through technology - focus on clinical decision suport systems (Invited) Rhidan Bramley, Chief Clinical Information Officer and Director of Technology at The Christie Foundation Trust, Manchester and National Lead, NHS Connecting for Health Managing care pathways across CCG areas Sponsored by:

Technology that got the Health Secretary Tweeting: Jeremy Hunt visited Airedale General Hospital recently and tweeted - ‘seen some of best tech anywhere in the NHS’ Bridget Fletcher, Chief Executive, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust Delivering real change at the prescribing point and beyond - harnessing new technologies in patient centric medicines management Sponsored by:

Keynote Debate: What do CCGs need to do to avoid major re-organisation in three years’ time? Confirmed panel members: Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, Chair of the House of Commons Health Select Committee, Professor David Haslam CBE, Chair Designate, NICE and National Professional Adviser, CQC, Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI, Sir Robert Naylor, Chief Executive, University College London NHS Foundation Trust and Dr David Bennett, Chair and Interim Chief Executive at Monitor

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WHAT’S ON? Regional networking sessions Delegates will have the opportunity to network with other professionals of their locality and make connections of those they know and add wanted connections. Delegates will be able to book sessions through our Connect platform.

Networking timetable

Trade Association showcases companies with Code compliance

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South East Coast Repeat

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North East, north Cumbria, and the Hambleton & Richmondshire districts of North Yorks

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Greater Manchester, Lancashire and East Midlands south Cumbria

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Expanding your knowledge and contacts Delegates will have access to Health+Care conference streams and networking opportunities with thousands of social care and local authority professionals National Commissioning Board

CCGs

The British Healthcare Trades Association is one of the oldest and most established trade associations you’ll come across with around 500 members. Every BHTA member company has signed up to a special Code of Practice, granted approval by the Trading Standards Institute Consumer Codes Approval Scheme.

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Hft, a leading national charity that supports people with learning disabilities across England, will be bringing their Smart House, ‘the House Of The Future’, to the Health+Care event. Delegates will be able to see and interact with up to date technology and gadgets which can be used to enhance independence and safety. Hft is a leading provider of what it now calls Personalised Technology, to support the independence and safety of people with learning disabilities. They found that the best way to introduce people to the wealth of technology available was to allow them to interact with it directly. They built the Hft Smart House – a purpose built ‘mock flat’ which is packed full of devices, from a finger print lock on the front door through to a talking fridge, that show how technology can be used in the home. Hft’s Personalised Technology team works closely with the people they support to find the right technology that works for each individual. The team will be on hand at the Health+Care event to talk to delegates and answer any questions they may have. Technology is part of everyone’s life. More and more, it is used to support people to be independent and safe, both in and out of their home. Although Hft’s house was created for people with learning disabilities, much of the technology showcased in the house can be used to support anyone who needs assistance in their own home. This includes other vulnerable groups such as the elderly, people with dementia and people with physical disabilities.

The Code of Practice is the only one in the industry and applies to all companies, governing the relationship between members and their customers. The Code ensures high standards of service, fair terms of trading and accurate information. In addition, consumers can be confident that any issues or complaints raised will be dealt with in a robust and transparent manner within strict timescales. At Health+Care, the BHTA will showcase a number of member companies in a special BHTA Pavilion. Assistive Partner provides software solutions tailored for healthcare equipment and services. They include solutions for tendering, online trading and for prescribing. Blatchford Clinical Services provides high quality prosthetic, orthotic, wheelchair, special seating and environmental control solutions to the NHS, Ministry of Defence and private healthcare market. Symmetrikit Postural Care is one of the UK’s leading providers of equipment enabling a 24hr postural care programme to be implemented for those with complex needs.

Uniscan is the originator of the Ultra Lightweight, folding, 3 and 4-leg wheeled walking frame and Langham GE is an established supplier of Aids to Daily Living, designed to reduce demand on services by helping to prevent falls and increase independence. Aidapt Bathrooms Ltd is a manufacturer and distributor of healthcare equipment with a continuously expanding product range, including mobility solutions and personal aids. BES Healthcare is showcasing its pressuremapping, pressure-relieving and telehealth products. They are joined in the Pavilion by Special Orthotic Services. The company provides special seating, wheelchairs and accessories to help with postural support. BHTA Engage, the commercial arm of the Association publishes AT Today magazine which carries details of all the latest developments in the Assistive Technology marketplace. The latest issue carries details of the most up to date products and services from telecare and telemonitoring, robotic research and throughout a marketplace that provides support to millions of people. Visitors to the show can pick up a copy of AT Today from the BHTA stand. The magazine is also available online at www.attoday.co.uk. The website for the BHTA is at www.bhta.net or call 0207 702 2141.

Simple Stuff Works is an independent, Community Interest Company dedicated to providing effective, inexpensive postural support equipment.

Connect with delegates at Health+Care The Health+Care Connect platform is live for Health+Care Show delegates. Unique to the healthcare event sector, Connect allows delegates to set their own agenda for the show, ensuring they get to talk about what matters most to them. From fast paced team updates to lively debates, delegates can set a topic, reserve an area in the networking space and search for attendees to invite. It will also bring social networking to the show, allowing delegates to share their discussion groups through Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn - even inviting their networks and colleagues to join the debate! Find out more at www.healthpluscare.co.uk/connect

Have a cuppa on us in the Leaders Lounge The Leaders Lounge provides an informal environment to meet your peers, get some refreshments, check your day planner or have a meeting.

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Integrating public health to improve health outcomes integrate the role of the clinical commissioning group to include adult social care, public health commissioning and social determinants of health. The council is also exploring how its leisure services might be brought together with NHS prevention services into integrated wellbeing centres.

The unitary council for some time has been pioneering new models of public health and social care integration to improve the health of its population which is generally worse than the England average.

A key aim is to address the health and wellbeing of those with at least one long term chronic disease to keep people out of hospital and independently living in their own homes.

Responsibility for health and wellbeing is already integrated across all council functions and the authority is currently working to

Work streams to achieve this goal include identifying those who are most at risk and identifying what public health service could be offered to those with at least one long term

condition. Another area of focus are early years, maternal and child health and health inequalities in order to improve the health outcomes of the adult population in 25 years’ time. Dr Harrison says: ‘We’ve got a better opportunity now than we have had for a generation in England to integrate public health and social care in order to make best use of resources. Public sector reform is a very big challenge particularly at a time of funding cuts. The challenges are helping us to focus on how to make the best use of resources and how to achieve the best outcomes in a way that compared with times past, when we were relatively well funded, we haven’t had to do.

‘There are both big opportunities and big challenges and the consequences for the population if we don’t get it right are very significant.’ DOM w at ill INIC be HA HEALTH sp R ea RISON +CA kin RE g

An insight into how integrated public health activity can improve health outcomes will be given in a talk at the Health + Care show by Dr Dominic Harrison, Joint Director of Public Health, Engagement and Partnership for Blackburn with Darwen’s Council and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Dr Dominic Harrison

Personalised care in practice CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

Boots Pharmacy and Healthcare

In order to decide how to use the two hours families helped residents put together one page profiles describing who they were, their likes and dislikes and answering the question’ If I could I would…’ Similar profiles were drawn up of staff so their interests could be matched with residents to help them make the best use of their two hours. Residents used their money in many different ways. One woman, Winifred, enjoyed being a home maker so she was paired up with Beryl, the housekeeper and they worked together cleaning and tidying the home. Other residents used their time to go outside the home going to venues such as a football match, a nail bar or a wine bar accompanied and supported by a member of staff who also enjoyed those activities. Family members are seeing a difference in their loved ones as a result of the project. Winifred for example, to the amazement of her daughters, is more settled in the home and has started singing. ‘It’s not just how we can give people dignity and respect - that’s setting the bar too low. At Bruce Lodge we are using the principles of giving people more choice and control over their day to day lives and also over resources in the way that their care home operates. It’s a very big cultural change but there is no reason why every care home should not be doing this,’ says Ms Sanderson.

HELEN SANDERSON will be speaking at HEALTH+CARE

CQC may introduce new layer of regulation for GPs CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 ‘We recognise that quality care cannot be achieved by inspection and regulation alone – that lies with care professionals, clinical staff, providers and those who arrange and fund local services – but we will set a bar below which no provider must fall and a rating which will encourage and drive improvement. ‘In developing our plans for the next three years we have looked closely at what we do and listened to what others have told us, to make sure we focus on what matters to them. The plans also take account of Robert Francis’s report into the failings at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust and the response by the Secretary of State for Health.’ Find out how to prepare for a CQC inspection in the Your Practice stream of Commissioning 2013 on June 12.

Boots gives you the support and tools you need to deliver the best possible healthcare and Pharmacy solutions, whether you’re seeking a partner for medicines provision or commissioning healthcare services.

Pharmacy Care Services for Care Homes Why choose Boots? • Expert support and advice from your dedicated Care Services team • Dedicated purpose-built care service rooms in our stores • 28 day delivery of medication • Daily delivery of medication with two cut-off times to meet emergency and mid month medication requirements; we can supply the majority of our customers on Saturdays • Advice and support 7 days a week • Free prescription management from collection to delivery • Patient information leaflets • Pharmacy Advice Visits, including Antipsychotic medication audits where appropriate • Medicines handling systems and Care of Medicines training Why not come to talk with us about your needs on stand Q16 and have a demonstration of an exciting new development – Boots Total Care Solutions, our electronic medication management system.

Caring for people with long-term conditions Why choose Boots? • We are dedicated to working in partnership with commissioners and clinicians to develop innovative, integrated care pathways • We ensure patients feel supported to manage their condition • We help raise awareness of risk factors to improve early detection

Providing premises for your primary and secondary care clinics Why choose Boots? • We’ve over 2,500 locations at the heart of the community across the UK, providing excellent opportunity to improve patient access to GP and NHS community services • We’re proud to offer an integrated approach to healthcare, bringing a range of services together under one roof – Hearingcare to Ophthalmology, Pharmacy to NHS walk-in centres, OTC medicines to alternative therapies • We offer various cost-effective tenancy and build options for high specification clinical premises that meet NHS, DDA and CQC regulations • We’ll work in partnership with you to meet your specific practice needs and retain your surgery’s identity

Hospital Outpatient Dispensing Service Why choose Boots? • We offer reduced waiting times for outpatient prescriptions • We’re committed to improving patient experience and satisfaction • We release Trust staff to focus on clinical roles • We work in partnership to provide patient-centred care

Let’s discuss your needs at the Health + Care Show on stand Q16 (Integrated Care) or stand I31 (Commissioning)

• We aim to improve patient knowledge and compliance to improve control and reduce the risk of complications

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Action for Blind People

Visit us on stand M78 to discover how we can help you”

Action for Blind People is a national charity with local reach, providing practical help and support to blind and partially sighted people of all ages. We listen, we understand, we act. Action speaks louder for nearly 30,000 visually impaired people every year, always placing their needs at the heart of everything we do. We support these individuals in many aspects of their lives and help them to find the right services and products they need to live independently. Action works with other expert organisations to draw on a wide range of skills and resources. Our close relationship with RNIB enables us to provide a unique combination of complementary strengths and expertise to help an ever increasing number of people with sight loss.

Alert 24 Group Ltd Removing Barriers to Living Alert 24 Group Ltd provides a comprehensive range of services and equipment targeted at integrated Health and Social Care Monitoring and Support. With this in mind we developed a unique care system which offers; >> 24/7 Telecare amd Telehealth monitoring >> Post operations and early discharge solutions >> Personalised monitoring solutions >> Telecare and Telehealth equipment and installation >> Advanced mobile Telehealth and Telecare solutions >> Secure advanced video monitoring solutions

Department of Work & Pensions Personal Independence Payment (PIP), has begun replacing Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for people of working age (16-64) from April 2013. Like DLA, PIP will provide a cash contribution to the extra costs faced by people with disabilities and long-term health conditions to help them live independent lives.

Family Doctor Publications Family Doctor Publications produce the BMA Family Doctor health information books - a series of popular illustrated, pocket sized health information titles. The books are written for the general public by specialists in the field. The purpose of the books is to help doctors explain chronic illnesses to patients. Doctors work under great time pressure. Family Doctor Books aim to help ease this pressure by being reference books that doctors can confidently recommend to their patients to complement their consultations. The internet can be helpful - but often the information is self interested, misleading or just plain wrong. Family Doctor Books are written to answer your patients questions not make more questions for you to answer. With over 5 million copies sold in the UK they are very popular with patients. Better information, better choices, better outcomes.

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Health & Social eCare Solutions

>> Consultancy and ongoing operational support We offer two main solutions: Lifestyle Support 24: Suite of solutions targeted at Telecare and Telehealth solutions to larger Social Care and Healthcare commissioned services. Its fully integrated Call Centre delivers both Telehealth and Telecare monitoring solutions delivered by high level primary care clinical staff.

Established in October 2006, Health & Social eCare Solutions has developed SaaS (Software as a Service) business solutions for the social care and health care sectors. Understanding the competitive business environments impacting organisations today, our SaaS technology solutions help drive business efficiencies, control finances and increase productivity.

Lifestyle Choices 24: Suite of solutions is targeted at the private home care market; clients are able to choose from a range of payment schemes for support and monitoring options, to suit their needs and financial circumstances. A number of peripheral enhanced add-ons will also be offered.

Through our Microsoft SQL and .Net based technologies we deliver robust, reliable, cost effective, environmentally friendly technology solutions for; eMAR, Care Plan, Residential Care and Fostering Case Management.

The Community Gateway CIC Providing an end to end solution to prevent early decline. The Community Gateway CIC (TCG) is a Social Enterprise with a genuine passion and interest in communities and people. Supporting Social Care, NHS, Third Sector, Housing providers, and providers of health & social care services. Our professional support includes project and programme management through to full implementation. We are working in partnership with ADL Smartcare to offer an end to end solution providing individualised assisted living assessment advice through to product supply, via Gadget Gateway. Discover how self-directed care & supported assessments from ADL Smartcare have reached people to prevent early decline over the last 10 years. Our systems through the providers, release scarce resources (around £250,000 in a typical OT Dept) and improve capacity which you can use to focus on re-ablement. ADL Smartcare is the largest specialist decision support provider around equipment and

>> Long Term Conditions; >> IT solutions >> Contact Centres – two fully compliant NHS Pathways and TSA accredited centres Delivering high quality patient centred innovative services is central to IC24’s vision for the healthcare economy. Working in partnership with patients, carers and healthcare professionals, we use evidence based approaches to deliver our services thus delivering high quality care for our patients whilst maintaining value for money.

Invicta Telecare Invicta Telecare is the largest independent provider of telecare services in the UK, delivering immediate remote support to over 120,000 people. For over 25 years our customers and their families have enjoyed the peace of mind that they get from our in-home personal alarm service. It’s a discreet service and is just there if needed, and means that our customers are only ever a fingertip away from support – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. www.invictatelecare.co.uk

Ladder To The Moon Ladder to the Moon provides workforce and organisational development alongside community development and therapeutic activity. We work exclusively with health and care organisations to build businesses and care cultures that are enjoyable, creative and wellbeing focused. We use creativity, coaching and learning through experience to build confidence and stimulate new ways of thinking and increase customer and staff satisfaction. By working with us, organisations support great quality of life for people across their services, achieve high levels of staff engagement, and exceed the expectations of customers, regulators and commissioners. We are a founder member of the National Skills Academy, innovation finalists at the Dementia Care Awards, and have received Department of Health innovation funding to develop our holistic and cost effective solutions to the challenges care providers face. Benefits for clients include: >> Increased customer satisfaction >> Enhanced leadership >> Evidence of outcomes for regulators and commissioners >> Improved teamwork

Health & Social eCare Solutions is extremely customer focused, our approach is collaborative, and we listen to our customers and develop tailored solutions to meet their needs, while ensuring we adhere to existing and new regulations and processes. Our team of dedicated high calibre management, software development technicians and care industry professionals has a combined experience of over 40 years.

Integrated Care 24 National Reach. Local Approach. Personal Touch IC 24 (formerly South East Health Ltd) is a major not for profit Social Enterprise; a primary care provider, with extensive experience of delivering high value contracts. Our strategic vision is to develop multi-agency, multidisciplinary centres building on our existing services. Over 4 million patients across England rely on IC24 daily to support their health needs and through our dedicated and skilled workforce we are able to provide high quality healthcare. IC24 provides a wide and varied portfolio of services including: >> Unscheduled Primary Care Service & NHS 111; >> Primary Care Support; >> Secondary Care Support;

The Open University The OU is one of the UK’s major providers of social work and social care education. Working with over 300 employers, we offer degrees and professional qualifications in social work, youth justice, children and youth work. Our curriculum is flexible, accessible and professionally relevant – rated highly by students and employers.

Rescon Rescon, a health solutions company, will be introducing Lincus, a health and social impact tool at Health+Care 2013. Lincus has been developed with Rescon’s human performance analysis technology and in collaboration with health and social care providers in the Liverpool city region, as part of the UK technology strategy board funded Dallas Mi program. This stakeholderled user-friendly tool is highly configurable and can be used to rapidly collect and display information in real time informing decision makers on the impact of interventions on social and health outcomes. In addition to Lincus, Rescon will be demonstrating its health sensor, Symptom-Tracking and other technologies. We look forward to seeing you at booth MM34 at Health+Care 2013.

Trinity Independent Living Trinity Independent Living are a leading provider of bathroom, kitchen and home adaptations for those with reduced mobility. For over 10 years we have been working alongside Occupational Therapists for Local Authorities, Home Improvement Agencies, Charitable trusts and private home owners under various forms of contract and schedules of rates, including many DFG projects. We are launching a ‘one stop shop’ service for authorities and trusts which will significantly reduce costs and delays and provides a simple and cost effective solution to reducing waiting lists. Our one stop shop includes a thorough OT assessment, full and detailed design, contract administration, and inclusive installation by our experienced, in-house fitters. A full bathroom adaptation under this package will cost from under £3000. For more information please visit our stand – P45.

>> More laughter, fun and enjoyment >> Higher levels of staff engagement >> Marketing advantage Please note I am part time and check my email on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. For urgent enquiries outside these days, contact Shula, shula@laddertothemoon.co.uk

Open Objects Software Ltd Meeting the transformation and personalisation agenda through online information. For the past 14 years Open Objects have been the leaders in the field for providing web based family, adult social care and community directories as well as broader information management solutions to the public sector. Currently supplying over 60% of the top tier Local Authorities with database and web based directory solutions; meeting the needs of the information requirements of the Draft Care and Support Bill; setting out a new general duty on local authorities to put in place a universal information and advice service: ‘Information and advice must be available to all local people, regardless of need’

uCheck It’s essential for health and caring organisations to carry out thorough Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks for staff and volunteers working with vulnerable groups. It’s also vital to choose the right level of check as getting it wrong could be a breach of the law. But don’t worry, uCheck’s expert staff will make sure everything is in order. uCheck is one of the country’s leading DBS screening services. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service delivered by highly-trained UK-based staff. Our services cover Enhanced, Standard and Basic Disclosure, Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme and the full range of Disclosure Scotland products. We deliver rapid results, the most competitive pricing in the industry and both online and paper-based checks. We also provide an advice line, on-site visits and a full backup service to assist with difficult case results. And coming soon, a 24/7 Screening Service with continuous monitoring of DBS records to keep you always up-todate. For more information and free advice on all your DBS requirements, come to stand N26 or call 01647 252 350.

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