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Attenti Events is your platform to discuss the biggest topics and latest developments impacting the health and social care world. Our webinars, networking events and roundtables bring together the brightest innovators and specialists from across the UK; sharing the experiences and ideas that are building a brighter future for vulnerable adults and children

 

 

Upcoming Event:

 

Attenti Autumn Webinar Series - Mental Health Funding and the Commitment to Suicide Prevention and CMHT Improvement

 

On Friday 13th November, Attenti Consulting will be joined by sector leaders in suicide prevention and mental health transformation who will be discussing how the uplift in mental health funding is being directed to, and used by, Local Authorities to combat the increase in suicides as well as transforming secondary services such as CMHTs. This discussion will also highlight how services have been coping with demand and overcoming the challenges faced by Mental Health Services during the pandemic. The webinar is aimed at LA, and health colleagues to support sector-led improvement and ensure that best practice and innovative ideas are disseminated across the sector.


The session will include a panel of prominent Senior Leaders from Health and Adults Social Care along with a Chair debating and discussing how best to services at this crucial time. All attendees will have the opportunity to feed into the session by submitting any questions onto the registration form found on the link below. There will also be a live chat option on the day to facilitate any pressing or emerging queries.

 

DATE: 13th November  

 

TIME: 9.00 – 10.00

 

CHAIR: Gillian Vickers, former DASS and Deputy Chief Executive, Bracknell Forest Council   

 

PANEL:                

  • Anna Grainger, Interim Head of Mental Health, Walsall Council
  • Elaine Woodward, Suicide Prevention Specialist, LGA / Association of Directors of Public Health  
  • Alan Dennett, Service Lead for Mental Health Integration and Improvement, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS FT 

 

 

If you would like to join us for this event, please click the button below.

 

 

 

 

If you would like to get involved with any of our futures events, please complete the form below.