ADASS endorses a Professional Register for Vision Rehabilitation Workers

15 July 2019
Source: ADASS

The ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network, the Rehab Workers professional network, Visionary and Vision UK have worked together to achieve the Endorsement of  ADASS for a Professional Register for Vision Rehabilitation Workers.     The professional body for Vision Rehabilitation Workers, the Rehabilitation Workers Professional Network (RWPN), has established a professional register which requires all members to

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Rehabilitaiton Registration Position Statement May 2019
Rehabilitaiton Registration Position Statement May 2019
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RWPN Professional Register Guidance Notes For Employers And Commissioners
RWPN Professional Register Guidance Notes For Employers And Commissioners
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Appendix 2 RWPN ROVI  Job Description
Appendix 2 RWPN ROVI Job Description
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Appendix 3 RWPN CPD Scheme Description Jan 2017
Appendix 3 RWPN CPD Scheme Description Jan 2017
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HFT: New report “a red flag for the future of social care”, as providers warn cuts could soon be felt by vulnerable adults

18 February 2019
Source: HFT

The financial pressures crippling the social care sector could start to directly impact the vulnerable adults it supports, according to a newly published report, which shows the number of providers handing back contracts in the past 12 months has more than doubled. Independent research commissioned by Hft found that in 2018 more than half (59%) of providers had been forced

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Papers for the ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network meeting 15/02/19

12 February 2019
Source: ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network + Vision UK

Papers for the ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network meeting 15/02/19  To be held on 15/02/19, 11.00am – 3.00pm Location: Thomas Pocklington Trust, The Pocklington Hub, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, WC1H 9LG A Speech to Text reporter has been booked for this meeting

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ADASS Agenda 15
ADASS Agenda 15

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Rehabilitaiton Registration Position Statement Draft 7
Rehabilitaiton Registration Position Statement Draft 7
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Appendix 2 RWPN ROVI  Job Description
Appendix 2 RWPN ROVI Job Description
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Appendix 3 RWPN CPD Scheme Description Jan 2017
Appendix 3 RWPN CPD Scheme Description Jan 2017
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4 Drugs & Alcohol ADASS PSI Network Meeting February 2019 V2, Dormer G
4 Drugs & Alcohol ADASS PSI Network Meeting February 2019 V2, Dormer G
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ECLO Presentation ADASS 15 02 19 Final
ECLO Presentation ADASS 15 02 19 Final
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ILT Presentation- Adass- 2019
ILT Presentation- Adass- 2019
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ECLO Presentation ADASS 15 02 19 Final
ECLO Presentation ADASS 15 02 19 Final
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Agenda for the ADASS Physical Disabilities, Sensory Impairment and HIV/AIDS Network Meeting 15/02/19

4 February 2019

Attached is the agenda for the ADASS al Disabilities, Sensory Impairment and HIV/AIDS Network meeting.on 15/02/19. The meeting will be from 11.00am – 3.00pm a Thomas Pocklington Trust, The Pocklington Hub, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, WC1H 9LG If you would like to attend please let us know tayyaba.kamal@visionuk.org.uk Further papers will be sent out as soon as possible.  

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ADASS Agenda 15
ADASS Agenda 15

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The Kings Fund: Reimagining community services Making the most of our assets

24 January 2019
Source: The Kings Fund

This report is a call to action on community services. The longstanding ambition to strengthen these services has not been realised. Growing financial and workforce pressures are having an impact on the ability of service providers to meet the needs of the population and to make a reality of the vision set out in the NHS five year forward view

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Reimagining Community Services Report King Fund 2018
Reimagining Community Services Report King Fund 2018
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NHS England: Developing the Long Term Plan for the NHS. December update from the Long Term Plan Engagement Team

17 December 2018
Source: NHS Eng;and Long Term Plan Engagement Team

Attached is the briefing for December on the development of the Long term engagement plan for NHS England.  

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Developing The LTP December Stakeholder Briefing
Developing The LTP December Stakeholder Briefing
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Sensory Strategies for Hertfordshire, Kent and Oxfordshire

13 December 2018
Source: Asif Iqbal

Presentations for the Sensory Strategies for Hertfordshire, Kent and Oxfordshire attached.  

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Herts CC Sensory Services Presentation Updated Jan 2018 - Hearing Professiona ..
Herts CC Sensory Services Presentation Updated Jan 2018 - Hearing Professiona ..
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Kent Sensory Strategy 2018-2021 PP
Kent Sensory Strategy 2018-2021 PP
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Oxfordshire's Sensory Impairment Team 2018
Oxfordshire's Sensory Impairment Team 2018
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‘The lives we want to lead’ – the LGA green paper for adult social care

6 December 2018
Source: LGA

The responses the LGA have received have make it clear beyond doubt: doing nothing is no longer an option. Years of significant underfunding of councils, coupled with rising demand and costs for care and support, have combined to push adult social care services to breaking point. The Government’s recent decision to delay its long-awaited green paper on the issue until

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Papers for the meeting of the ADASS Physical Disabilities, Sensory Impairment and HIV/AIDS Network 07/12/18

3 December 2018
Source: ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network + Vision UK

Agenda and paper for the next meeting of the ADASS Physical Disabilities, Sensory Impairment and HIV/AIDS network attached. To be held on 07/12/18, 11.00am – 3.00pm, Location: RNIB, Judd Street, London BSL Interpreters and a Speech to Text reporter have been booked for this meeting     Please note the Next meeting will be at: The Pocklington Hub, Tavistock House

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ADASS Agenda 07
ADASS Agenda 07

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ADASS Sensory Network Presentation - Action On Hearing Loss
ADASS Sensory Network Presentation - Action On Hearing Loss
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ADASS Network Meeting Dec 18 Involve Services PPT
ADASS Network Meeting Dec 18 Involve Services PPT
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ADASS Dec18 Simon Labbett
ADASS Dec18 Simon Labbett
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Valerie Gidney ADASS 7 Dec 18 Pptx
Valerie Gidney ADASS 7 Dec 18 Pptx
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MB LGA Green Paper 07
MB LGA Green Paper 07

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The ADASS Physical and Sensory Impairment, HIV/AIDS network response to the LGA Green Paper consultation. In collaboration with Vision UK.

26 September 2018
Source: ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network + Vision UK

Attached is the ADASS Physical and Sensory Impairment, HIV/AIDS network response to the LGA Green Paper consultation. In collaboration with Vision UK. The lives we want to lead The LGA green paper for adult social care and wellbeing  is only a starting point and they want to build momentum for a debate across the country about how to fund the

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ADASS Physical And Sensory Impairmen Network  LGA Green Paper Consultation Response
ADASS Physical And Sensory Impairmen Network LGA Green Paper Consultation Response
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