Event Date/Time: Jun 28, 2004 End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2004
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Description

Social Care has been going through major transformations in the last few years and further fundamental structural, cultural and organisational changes are on the horizon in order to deliver the new vision the Government has in mind.
Local Government Chronicle is delighted to launch a case study-led conference, which will examine all the issues surrounding these changes and the challenges Local Authorities are facing in delivering this new vision for Social Care.

The specific focus of this must-attend conference is to provide you with comprehensive case studies exploring methodologies and issues surrounding the transformational change that is happening in social services across the country.

All the sessions and case studies featured in the conference will be covering the most important and sensitive areas of Social Care including:
* Children's Services
* Services for older people
* Recruitment & retention of your social care workforce
* Information sharing
* Effective management strategies
* Service users' perspective

The implementation of the Children Bill represents one of the biggest challenges ever faced by agencies responsible for child welfare including social care, education, and healthcare. This conference will explore possible solutions of how to best tackle the challenges involved in improving and re-shaping services for children using case studies from 'excellent' councils.

The Commission for Social Care Inspection will be in operation from 1st April. What is going
to be it's role in the bigger scheme of things? What impact will it's multi-disciplinary inspections have on Social Care? And how is it going to work in practice? This conference represents the perfect opportunity to get an insight into the CSCI's role and to question them directly.

Who should attend?
This event has been designed for senior managers responsible for the delivery and improvement of Social Care in local authorities, healthcare, education and the voluntary sector.

Due to high demand for this event, we strongly recommend that you secure your place at this conference at your earliest convenience.

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Additional Information

Public Sector: £395 + VAT @ 17.5% = £464.13 each Private Sector: £595 @ VAT @ 17.5% = £699.13 each Group booking discounts are available