Next steps for older people's care: finance, new models of care and the National Dementia Strategy

Event Details

Date:
11 July 2017
Event Region:
Wales
Contact Name: Katie Lunn,
Phone number:
Organisation:
Westminster Forum Projects
Address:
tbc
Cardiff
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The seminar takes place as the Welsh Government moves forward with plans for Local Health Boards and councils to pool budgets and delivery of health and social services.
 
It also comes as policymakers and stakeholders plan the implementation of the Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) Act from April 2018 which includes a new regulation and inspection framework with potentially substantial implications for quality, accountability and patient safety. It also follows the announcement of £35m a year additional funds for social care, an increase in the maximum charge for domiciliary care and plans to raise the capital threshold before which charges are incurred for residential care to rise to £50,000 by 2021.
 
Delegates will assess priorities for the development and implementation of a national dementia strategy, as the Welsh Government considers its response to its recent consultation, alongside the potential for improved diagnosis, innovation and patient experience within dementia care. Further sessions will consider next steps in the regulation of older people’s care, strategies for moving from acute care to care in the community and options for the future of social care finance.

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