MacKay Hannah

Caring for the Rising Population of Older People in Scotland: Care, Protection and Partnerships

AGENDA

0900-0945 Registration and refreshments
0945-0950 Welcome and introduction to the conference from the Chair
Ranald Mair, Chief Executive, Scottish Care
Session One: Protection of our Ageing Population 
0950-1010 Older people and guardianship in Scotland
Sandra McDonald, The Public Guardian
1010-1030 Engaging people in care partnerships
Annette Bruton, Chief Executive, and David Tares, Involving People Group Member and Lay Assessor, Care Inspectorate 
1030-1050 Human dignity for our ageing: a vital part of care
Professor Alan Miller, Chair, Scottish Human Rights Commission 
1050-1110 Dementia: a National issue
Henry Simmons, Chief Executive, Alzheimer Scotland
1110-1130 Question and Answer Session
1130-1150 Refreshments
Session Two: Partnership Working 
1150-1210 From self-directed support through to integration of health and social care: the journey and issues that have emerged
Duncan McNeil MSP, Convener, Health and Sport Committee, Scottish Parliament
1210-1230 Leadership and management: is the workforce ready?
Anna Fowlie, Chief Executive, Scottish Social Services Council
1230-1250 Question and discussion session
1250-1340 Lunch and networking
Session Three: A Growing Ageing Population: Preparing for the Future
1340-1400 What you need to know: the legal matters
Gillian Brown, Partner, Morisons LLP
1400-1420 The cost of care: who pays?
David Welsh, Scottish Director, iMPOWER
1420-1440 The role of support in the community
Brian Sloan, Chief Executive, Age Scotland 
1440-1500 How will the NHS in Scotland cope: is integration the answer?
Ellen Hudson, Associate Director, RCN Scotland 
1500-1520 Question and discussion session 
1520 Closing remarks

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