03 Dec

LOCATION

The Midland Hotel, Manchester

LOCATION

16 Peter Street
Manchester
M60 2DS

BABICM Members

£90

£120

Booked before 22.10.19

Booked from 23.10.19

Member Offer

Buy 4 tickets, get 5th ticket FREE!

Non-Members

£155

Standard Rate

CONFERENCE

Case Managing with Curiosity & Creativity: Planning The Best Personalised Care (SOLD OUT)

‘Case Managing with Curiosity & Creativity: Planning The Best Personalised Care’ training event will inspire brain injury case managers and other professionals looking for creative and innovative options to achieve excellent care and support outcomes for clients with complex needs and disabilities. 

This is an essential event for all case managers and professionals working to ensure people with brain injury and other complex health conditions have opportunities, choices and possibilities in their daily lives.

What to expect:

  • Recent research on the breadth of knowledge a case manager requires for responding to clients’ care needs and understanding what a stable and effective care arrangement affords to our clients in terms of participation and opportunity in daily life.
  • Practical information about care solutions/options and the importance of the therapeutic element to care provision.
  • Exploring the case manager role in selecting least restrictive care options and the ongoing management of a private care team.
  • The costs of a private personalised care arrangement and the perspectives of a deputy and statutory care advisor.
  • How professional curiosity gives case mangers the skill to explore and understand our clients and their families’ situations; what are the components of professional curiosity, factors that inhibit it, and respectful uncertainty.
  • Exploration of the support worker role – rehab’s hidden glue!

 

FULL PROGRAMME

Case Managing with Curiosity and Creativity:
Planning the Best Personalised Care

3rd December 2019

08:00 -9:15 Registration, Refreshments & Networking
9:15 – 9:30 Welcome & Introductions
Chair: David Knifton QC – Exchange Chambers
9.30 – 10.15 Engaging Your Curiosity and Creativity to Enable Personalised Care: Examples from Our Peers
Dr Allison Saltrese, Clinical Case Manager, RT Disability Consultants Limited
10:20 – 11:05 “It’s because they have a brain injury!” Unpicking what is or is not important, and what is required from the support workers and the MDT
Louise Chance Case Manager, A Chance for Life
11.05 -11.35 Refreshments & Networking
11:40 – 12:25 Direct Employment or Agency: A Deputy’s Perspective –
Frances Mayne, Deputy, Wilsons Solicitors
12:30 – 13:15 Professional Curiosity: an essential component of complex health and social care situations
Barbara Firth, Independent Trainer and Consultant
13:15 -14:15 Lunch & Networking
14:20 – 15:05 Negotiating the minefield of CHC funding – understanding the process and the framework to achieve optimum outcomes’
Sue Peters , Independent Advocate/ Statutory Care Advisor, HCMS Ltd
15:10 – 15.55 ‘The Hidden Glue: Getting the best from your Support Workers’
Lucy Fallon, Care Manager, Ariya Neuro Care
15:55 – 16:10 End of day and closing remarks

Venue Directions


Exhibition & Marketing Opportunities

BABICM is delighted to offer exhibition stands for this event – but be quick as numbers are limited!

We are proud of the continued success and added value offered to sponsors and exhibitors of our training and events programme. For our Case Managing with Curiosity & Creativity event, we are offering:

1. Exhibition Stands (SOLD OUT)

These consist of:

  • One stand space (provided with a 6ft trestle table)
  • Up to 2 people to attend the event and exhibition

Exhibition fee: £500 per stand

2. Delegate Pack Flyer Insert (SOLD OUT)

This is a great opportunity for you to access our event attendees directly, by inserting a promotional flyer into our Case Managing with Curiosity & Creativity delegate packs. Please contact the BABICM office if you wish to  take up this opportunity.

Flyer insert fee: £50

 


Contact Us

For further information on this event, please contact the BABICM office.

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