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Conference Reports

Future Years Forum members attend conferences and information events on issues which affect older people. To share their learning they write a report on the event and issues raised so that other forum members can cascade this learning to the members of the groups and forums they represent and actively engage in.

Below are the reports from some of the events our members have attended:

Dementia Conference Harrogate, April 2014: Dementia Conference, Harrogate 2013.pdf

COBALT Workshop (Challenging Obstacles and Barriers to Assisted Living Technologies): COBALT Workshop May 2013.pdf

Age UK Later Life 2013: Age UK Later Life Conference 2013.pdf

Healthy Communities 2012

MINDING THE GAP: Tackling Health Inequalities in Yorkshire and Humber a conference which posed the quesetion, Can your JSNA pass the Marmot Test?

2012_MINDING THE GAP.pdf

Care for Older People: Keeping pace with changing demographics and Rising Demand: a Westminster Briefing With a national emphasis on Care at this moment in time, the objectives of the above Event, were to develop understanding of legislative changes and learn from others delivering efficiencies.

Care for Older People - June 2012.pdf

http://www.westminster-briefing.com/fileadmin/westminster-briefing/Agendas/Older_People_Afternoon_Vicki_LeahPDF.pdf

Leeds Teaching Hospital Care Summitt June 2012 which considered: the quality and assurance measures to ensure Leeds Centre for Older People becomes better than the best

Leeds_teaching hospitals care summit010612RH.pdf

2012-06-01CARE SUMMIT.pdf

Care Matters - the economics of care in Yorkshire and the Humber, July 2012 - Conference presentations:

Better Lives Through Care.pdf

21st Century Social Care Contract.pdf

Care4Care.pdf

Care Matters Conference July 2012.pdf

Care an Economists View Point.pdf

Social Care - Integrationof Services.pdf

The Future of Care.pdf

Volunteering Caring Networks.pdf

Womens Caring Network.pdf

 

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