Day 2

Spotlight sessions

 As part of planning for this years NCASC the organisers have identified a number of “spotlight sessions”.  These take place over the three days and are denoted on the programme by the (S) and green text.  The idea of these sessions is that they will highlight examples of good and best practise in local authorities and present opportunities to learn from experience in dealing with a range of issues often faced by local authorities.

Programme

8:00am - Registration opens

Reception

8:00am - 9:00am - Breakfast meetings

TBC

9:00am - 10:00am - Workshop sessions

TW1. Safeguarding Across Transitions

Location: Exchange 11

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TW2. (S) The Golden Threads Between Performance and Quality Assurance
Location: Charter 4


TW3. Early Help Services for Children’s Social Care – “Bright Futures”
Location: Exchange 8/9/10


TW4. Think Autism: Think Local / Impoving Delivery of the Autism Strategy.
Location: Charter 3


TW5. (S) What Matters to Me: Leading The Change for What People, Not Services, Need’
Location: Charter 2


TW6. Person Centred Digital Innovations in Adult Social Care
Location: Charter 1

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10:00am - 10:30am - Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing

Room: Exhibition Hall

10:30am - 11:30am - Keynote: Secretary of State for Health and Social Care - Matt Hancock MP

Secretary of State for Health and Social Care – Matt Hancock MP

Location: Auditorium

11:30am - 12:30pm - Workshop sessions

TW7. The Role of Local Government in Community Mental Health Care
Location: Exchange 11

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TW8. (S) Strength Based Practice
Location: Charter 2

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TW9. (S) Tackling The Now And Protecting The Future – Developing A Multiagency Approach To Exploitation And Gangs
Location: Charter 3


TW10. National Transfer Scheme for UASC in Practice
Location: Charter 4

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TW11. Bringing The Best to More in Social Care: Scaling Up Innovative Models of Care
Location: Charter 1

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TW12. Beyond Barriers: How Do People Move Through the Health and Social Care Systems and What Can we Learn From the Local System Reviews?
Location: Exchange 8/9/10

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12:30pm -1:30pm - Lunch and Exhibition Viewing

Exhibition Hall

1:30pm - 2:30pm - Sub-Plenary sessions

TS1. The State Of Adult Social Care Funding: Securing Short Term Sustainability
Location: Auditorium


TS2. What Works: How To Keep Children Out Of Care – Will This Work In Your Area?
Location: Charter 1


2:30pm - 3:15pm - Keynote: Minister of State for Children and Families - Nadhim Zahawi MP

Nadhim Zahawi MP – Minister of State for Children and Families
Location: Auditorium


3:15pm - 3:45pm - Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing

Exhibition Hall

3:45pm - 4:30pm - Keynote: Minister of State for Care - Caroline Dinenage MP

Caroline Dinenage MP – Minister of State for Care
Location: Auditorium


4:30pm - 5:00pm - Keynote: Secretary of State for Education

Secretary of State for Education – TBC
Location: Auditorium


5:00pm - 6:00pm - ADASS Joint Event - Raising the profile of Social Care

ADASS Joint Event – Raising the profile of Social Care
Location: Auditorium


5:00pm - 6:00pm - Closed Meetings

ADCS Meeting
Location: Charter 1


LGA meeting with Lead Members – Adults
Location: Charter 3


LGA meeting with Lead Members – Children
Location: Exchange 8/9/10


5:30pm - 6:30pm - Drinks Reception and Exhibition Viewing

Exhibition Hall

5:45pm - 7:15pm - Evening Fringe Meetings

TBC

7:00pm - Late - Guardian Charity Quiz

Artisan Kitchen and Bar, Avenue North, Manchester

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Speakers’ Corner

Speakers' Corner

9:00am


10:00am


10:20am


12:30pm Newton Europe


12:50pm 10 Digital initiatives that enable Social Care change
Socitm Advisory has developed a Benefits4Change © Framework to help local public sector services deliver benefits from enabling technology and new ways of working. From working on hundreds of ICT and Digital projects we have distilled a blend of data and processes that work in practice. The framework can guide organisations through full programme lifecycles from business cases to procurement to implementation to continuous improvement.


1:10pm Behavioural Insights Team North – Applying behavioural insights in social care – A whistlestop tour
Over the last few years, BIT has been working with councils across the country to apply behavioural science to social care. In this session we’ll talk about what we’ve done – from redesigning the front-door of adult services to using data science to predict demand for children’s social care – and what we’ve learnt.


1:30pm


3:00pm


3:20pm