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Learning Disabilities Special Interest Group meeting - 24 06 2019

Source By: HSCF- Health and Social Care Forum, Hackney CVS

Date: Monday 24th June 2019    Time: 3.30pm-5pm

Venue: Hackney CVS   Click here to register

Agenda- Draft

 

  1. Welcomes and Introduction
  2. Minutes of last meeting
  3. Learning Disability Strategy- Penny Heron,LBH
  4. Disability Awareness Training- Amber Plumbly, Volunteering Matters
  5. Overview on the LD transition services
  6. Future of the LDSIG meetings
  7. Update from group
  8. Any Other Business

Older People Special Interest Group Meeting - 24 06 2019

Source By: HSCF- Health and Social Care Forum, Hackney CVS

Date: Monday 24th June 2019   Time: 3.30pm-5pm

Venue: Hackney CVS   Click here to register

Agenda- Draft

 

  1. Welcomes and Introduction
  2. Minutes of last meeting
  3. Older People’s Strategy- Gareth Wall,LBH
  4. Improving health outcomes for the elderly in Hackney- Leena Khagram, NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme
  5. Updates from groups
  6. Future topics
  7. Any Other Business

User Led Special Interest Group Meeting- 24 06 2019

Source By: HSCF- Health and Social Care Forum, Hackney CVS

Date: Monday 24th June 2019   Time: 3.30pm-5pm

Venue: Hackney CVS     Click here to register

Agenda- Draft

 

  1. Welcomes and Introduction
  2. Minutes of last meeting
  3. Terms of reference- User Led SIG
  4. Patients Alliance- Lola Njoku, CCG
  5. What support are available for people using the online functions- DWP
  6. User and Carers Reference Group
  7. Making it Real
  8. Gaps in services
  9. Future topics of the User Led SIG
  10. Updates from groups
  11. Any Other Business

International Social Prescribing Network Conference, July 11-12, University of Westminster

Source By: The Social Prescribing Network

This two-day collaborative conference will provide an exciting opportunity to hear the latest research and thinking on the implementation and practice of social prescribing around the world. You will hear how social prescribing is being implemented in Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, and Finland as well as understanding progress in the home countries of the UK.

 

Keynote talks and breakouts include the latest strategic information and discussion from NHS England by James Sanderson, Director of Personalised Care and a comprehensive review of the evidence for lifestyle medicine by Dr Dean Ornish, Clinical Professor of Medicine, University College San Francisco.

Find out more


Trafficking & abuse of Children for the purposes of sexual exploitation- 21st June 2019

Source By: Hackney.gov.uk

A 3-hour Child Sexual Exploitation session
21st of June 2019
09:15 Registration
12:30 Finish

Child Sexual Exploitation is a high profile issue at present as can be seen
from publication of the recent Serious Case Reviews from Rotherham and
Oxford.

Aim: To make all staff aware of the potential for children to be sexually exploited and the
underlying reasons for behaviour changes in children.

Learning Objectives:

The session will cover:
● defining child sexual exploitation
● risk indicators/grooming models
● healthy relationships vulnerabilities and opportunities
● introduction to “My Dangerous Loverboy”
● getting young people to identify risk and talk about safety – what would they do and
● how would they keep themselves safe
● increasing young people’s awareness of environments
● completing a risk assessment
● Resources

To apply:

Hackney employees can now apply to attend this course online.

Please click on this link: https://www.cbs-hackneyadults.co.uk/Portal/Home4 and either sign in if you have an existing delegate record (if you have attended a course before) or register.

External delegates must complete the application form

 

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