Human rights and the law

15 March 2023 10:00am – 12:00pmGMT (+00:00)
Location TBC

In consideration of the ongoing need for transformation in the way we provide service provision for people with a learning disability and autistic people, we are happy to announce a group of webinars provided by Helen Toker-Lester and our South West Personalisation team.  The webinars have a strong personalisation focus, will address what good looks like and will consider how we feel the fear and do it anyway.  All the sessions will be underpinned by a human rights approach.

The webinars are part of the ongoing work across the South West to support the development and delivery of the Learning Disability and Autism Programme, Building the Right Support, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and the refreshed Autism strategy.

They are open to commissioners, carers, advocates, and people working in services.

The table below shows what is taking place and when, so you can choose to book into any of these.

Webinars will be run virtually with break out rooms for smaller discussion and numbers will be limited to 50 people per webinar. 

If you have any questions, please contact england.learningdisabilityandautism-sw@nhs.net

Title 

Focus 

Date 

Time 

Link

Human rights and the law

Human rights and the law influencing the colleagues across the system to uphold and promote them  

15th March 2023

10.00-12.00 

Human rights and the law | NHS England Events

Personalised care and support planning 

What does a good plan look like? Personalised care and support planning and using personal budgets.  

19th April 2023

10.00-12.00 

Personalised care and support planning | NHS England Events

Feel the fear and do it anyway 

Feel the fear and do it anyway. Positive risk taking, getting the full picture and mitigation of risk. Moving ahead with confidence. 

10th May 2023

10.00-12.00

Feel the fear and do it anyway | NHS England Events

Questions about this event?

Name: Angela Metcalf

Email:england.learningdisabilityandautism-sw@nhs.net

Telephone:07730391768

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