Bristol: Reshaping Services for Children & Families Conference

Reshaping Services for Children & Families Conference

Date: Monday 14th November, 9.30 – 4 pm

Venue: At-Bristol | Anchor Road | Bristol | BS1 5DB.

Purpose: Find out how services are changing in the following areas and share your own experiences with others:

  • Leadership
  • Workforce Development
  • Delivery Structures
  • Delivery Processes
  • Family experience
  • Bristol’s strategy for Children, Young People and Families

 

Participants: The conference is aimed at people with managerial and service delivery responsibility from the following Bristol based partners; Police, Public Health, CCGs, Education/ Schools, Children’s social care, Early years, DWP/ JCP, LA commissioners, Adult Services, Youth Justice, Probation, Housing providers, Elected representatives, Representatives from the community and voluntary sector (including step down service providers, drug and alcohol service providers, domestic and sexual violence service providers and mental health providers)

Contributors: Naomi Eisenstadt  CB, Independent Advisor on Poverty and Inequality at Scottish Government & Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford, Dez Holmes, Research in Practice, Michele Farmer, Service Director, Early Help and Intervention & others.

More information to follow.

Capacity: 200, free of charge includes light buffet lunch and one hot drink. Cash bar for additional hot drinks available (non-attendance fee £50).

To book: Follow this link Conference 2016 booking form deadline for booking 7th October.

If you have difficulty accessing the online booking form, please contact business support 0117 90 36121 / abscommissioning@bristol.gov.uk