Adult Social Care Improvement Programme

ADASS is the association of directors of adult social services. We are a charity that aims to further the interests of people in need of social care by promoting high standards and influencing the development of social care legislation and policy. The East Region has 11 Adult Social Care Directors and is supported by the ADASS East regional improvement team which is responsible for identifying opportunities for regional collaboration on improvement.

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Mon, 01 Oct 2018

High impact change model event East of England - Saffron Walden, 19 September 2018

It was developed by national partners in 2015 to promote a new approach to system resilience and year around planning for timely discharge…

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Wed, 15 Aug 2018

Great news for the Eastern Region Sector Led Improvement Programme

A special congratulations to Fran Leddra from Thurrock who has become one of three new Chairs of the national Principal Social Workers…

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Upcoming events

13
Dec

Regional Improvement Board Meeting

A meeting to discuss Improvement issues which have been identified by the Regional Intelligence Network and to monitor the Regional Improvement Plan

Novotel, Stansted

18
Dec

Joint Regional Intelligence Group and Finance Group Network

An opportunity for Finance Leads and Performance Leads to come together to discuss the impact of the Green Paper and ensure work aligns.

Cambridge Professional Development Centre, Pemberton Room

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Latest Resources

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

£40 million personalised support package for long-term unemployed disabled people launched

Disabled people will be able to work with a dedicated key worker to get and stay in employment, the new Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has announced today.

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Wed, 28 Nov 2018

National Children and Adult Servicdes Conference - 14-16 November 2018

Please see link below for the presentations from NCASC.

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