About the Eastern Region Branch Welcome to the ADASS Eastern Regional Branch The Eastern Branch of ADASS covers five County Councils (Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk) and six Unitary Authorities (Bedford, Central Bedfordshire, Luton, Read more… Eastern Region Branch
About the Assistant Directors Forum Welcome to the Assistant Director Forum The forum encourages Assistant Directors to come together to share work plans, intelligence, joint initiatives and to develop a clear understanding of challenges in Read more… Assistant Directors Forum
About the Markets and Housing Network Welcome to Markets and Housing (Subgroup of the Markets and Commissioning Network) In March 2021, phase one of a new approach to regional housing was launched undertaken to consider Read more… Markets and Housing Network
A collaborative regional network to establish and support the development of local, regional and national autism work across the East with a focus on improving the experience of people and their carer/families in accessing care and support.
About Improvement Board Welcome to the Regional Improvement Board The Regional Improvement Board brings together Directors of Adult Social Care, their strategic teams and partnerships. The Board provides leadership and support to the Eastern Region’s Read more… Regional Improvement Board
The Regional Intelligence Group is a network for performance and business intelligence leads in the region.
About the Carers Network Welcome to the Carers Network A network for carers leads across the region to explore the role of carers, the way in which adult social care can support and provide carers Read more… Carers Network
A network of contacting & quality leads with a focus on ensuring service provision meets the regional standards of care. The network continues to develop best practice approaches in both contracting and quality assurance to underpin both positive outcomes for our service users and ensure their care remains person centred at all times. The network also retains responsibility for the region’s Provider Assessment & Market Management Solution (PAMMS) platform.
About the Day Services network A network of managers of in-house day services and commissioners of independent sector day services who share and learn from each other focusing on how to provide day time activities Read more… Day Services Network
A network of digital leads across the region that come together to share practice and explore new innovative technological solutions to support and improve the experience of peoples accessing care and support.
About Finance Welcome to the Finance Network The finance network holds four formal meetings a year along with touchpoint meetings at more challenging times. The work undertaken includes; understanding and presenting the regional financial impact of Read more… Finance Network
A collaborative regional network to establish and support the development of local, regional and national learning disabilities work across the East with the overall aim of focusing on individuals and communities to ensure that people with learning disabilities experience high quality care and support, experience less inequality and have improved outcomes.
About the Markets and Commissioning network Welcome to the Market Shaping and Commissioning Network ADASS East established a Regional Market Shaping and Commissioning Network in 2019/20 to support market sustainability and development across the East Read more… Markets and Commissioning Network
About Markets and Workforce Network Welcome to the Markets and Workforce (Regional subgroup of Markets and Commissioning Network) This group developed the regional workforce strategy including priorities for forward action which was approved by Local Authorities (LA)s Read more… Markets and Workforce Network
A network of Mental Health leads across health and social care to share models of practice and different ways of working that promote both mental health recovery and wellbeing, whilst also preparing for key policy/legislation changes.
A network of Personalisation and Prevention leads who come together to provide one another with peer support, exchange best practice with a sustained commitment to ensuring person centred care and people’s desired outcomes are at the heart of everything we do.
A network of Principal Social Workers leads focused on improving social work practice, resolving challenges that get in the way of providing excellent social work.
A collaborative network of safeguarding leads across a range of partnerships who come together to share practice, learn from one another to prevent and improve the outcomes of people experience safeguarding concerns.