Scaling innovation: learning from asset-based approaches in social care

This content relates to the following topics:

Innovative models of practice in social care are at the forefront of developing personalised, asset-based care, delivering services based on the strengths and assets of an individual and their community. As these approaches have been replicated in other areas, they have highlighted valuable lessons in how best to deliver at scale in the health and care system, without losing the core values and strengths of an innovative service.   

This free online event will explore the experiences of people who access care and support providers and commissioners of social care in developing and scaling innovation. The event will highlight examples of good practice, and you will have the opportunity to discuss the implications of the shared experience with the panel.  

This will event will be perfect for you if you:

  •  work in social care and want to learn more about new and scaling innovation in the sector
  •  are involved in commissioning or planning services and want to understand how you can help or hinder adoption of innovative practice at a system level.

Register for free 

Speakers

Thumbnail

Sally Warren

Director of Policy, The King’s Fund

Thumbnail

Mike Wright

Deputy Chief Executive, KeyRing Living Support Networks

Thumbnail

Ewan King

Chief Operating Office, Social Care Institute for Excellence

Thumbnail

Kate Sibthorp

Member, National Co-Production Advisory Group, Think Local Act Personal

Register

Register to watch live or on demand here.