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Attenti Webinars

Care and Health, a step change to sustainability

Discussing current topics amongst its highly experienced panel of ASC Leaders. During this webinar the panel discuss some of the positive step changes that Covid19 has created as well as exploring how services can use these to revolutionise the way they proactively support people to improve their health and wellbeing and deliver a more sustainable social care service.

How to prepare for the relaxation of lockdown

Debating the current challenges faced throughout lockdown and how to best prepare for the imminent lockdown relaxation.

Support for care home providers webinar

The first in the series of webinars with North East ADASS, Yorkshire and the Humber ADASS and the Better Care Fund includes case studies for managing IPC, the emotional and wellbeing impact of the pandemic on the care sector and a summary, including progress to-date of the evaluation undertaken by Sheffield Hallam University on the enhanced support to care homes across the NEY Region.

Recruitment and Workforce during Covid-19 (Adults) webinar

The second in the series of webinars with North East ADASS, Yorkshire and the Humber ADASS and the Better Care Fund includes case studies on staff recruitment and return campaigns, the role of volunteers and using staff flexibly to support the care home sector.
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