Webinars about coronavirus (COVID-19) and the care sector
Building back from COVID-19: tackling health inequality in partnership
This webinar will support Integrated Care System (ICS) development, share good practice and to discuss practical solutions to issues that systems may be facing.
Turn around your urgent SARs in rapid time: New tools and support for SABs
As part of the Department of Health and Social Care’s COVID-19 Action Plan for Social Care, SCIE has worked with Safeguarding Adult Boards (SABs) to develop and test a new model for conducting Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs) In Rapid Time.
Co-production and communities: How to make it real for commissioners
Co-production is fundamental for good commissioning. In this webinar we will be looking at how commissioners and communities can work successfully together to maximise the existing resources and provide the best possible outcomes for people.
Building back from COVID-19: Unleashing the potential of strengths-based practice
During and after the COVID-19 crisis, we need to create the right conditions for our practitioners to be efficient and productive, so that they are freed up to spend more time with people.
Getting commissioning right: Exploring good commissioning during and beyond COVID-19
All parts of the care and support sector have experienced serious disruption – commissioners and the commissioning process are no exception. Explore what good commissioning looks like during COVID-19.
Online Q and A: COVID-19 and Safeguarding in faith-based organisations
Hear from SCIE’s Simon Bayliss and Hugh Constant, along with Shelley Marsh from Reshet, as they answer your questions on COVID-19, safeguarding and faith-based organisations.
COVID-19 and care providers
The webinar was chaired by Paul Burstow, Chair of Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE). He was joined by Kathryn Smith, the incoming Chief Executive of the SCIE, currently COO at Alzheimer's Society and a care home manager.
COVID-19 and the Care Act 2014
Hear from Paul Burstow, Chair of the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), Clenton Farquharson MBE, Chair of Think Local Act Personal (TLAP), and CEO of Shared Lives Plus, Alex Fox, as they answer questions about COVID-19 and the Care Act 2014.
How it affects the care sector
A question and answer session from SCIE Chair Paul Burstow. With news from the frontline from Kim Carey, Director of Adult Services, London Borough of Bromley and Tricia Wennell, Head of Service for assessment and care management, London Borough of Bromley.