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Flu Season Update

23 May 2018

Vaccination of health and care workers – request for information to support planning for 2018/19 flu season   As promised, we would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete a short survey about the numbers of staff receiving flu vaccination last flu season (September 2017 to March 2018). This is intended […]

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Travel Information – 19th May

10 May 2018

Plan your journeys in and around Exeter on Saturday 19th May It’s expected that the roads surrounding the new IKEA store will be busy for the first few weekends after its opening. Saturday 19 May will also coincide with the Devon County Show and the Exeter Chief’s Rugby Premiership Semi Final which is being played […]

Categories: Accommodation, Community (regulated), Community (unregulated), Prevention

System Wide Leadership Development

9 May 2018

Sustainability and Transformation Partnership –  Devon STP Nominations  are requested to join a new System Wide Leadership Development programme, which is being run through the Sustainability and Transformational Partnership.  http://www.devonstp.org.uk/ We would like to invite you to formally apply for this by filling in this application form.  We are seeking applications from colleagues within the Independent […]

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Proud to Care Devon Update

4 May 2018

The Proud to Care Devon team have put together a consultation document which outlines the developments to the Proud to Care ambassador service – click here to find out more. Feedback from providers on this document is welcome, contact proudtocare@devon.gov.uk This month the Proud to Care campaign are advertising their new blog by Ben, a Mental […]

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Technology Enabled Care & Support (TECS)

17 April 2018

Technology Enabled Care & Support (TECS): What does it look like in the real world? We are looking at technology in Adult Social Care and how we can use this to support us in the work that we do. To promote and progress independence. We are not just talking about Telecare, which has a place in […]

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Care Home Fees 2018/19

9 April 2018

Following the Care Homes Fees Consultation 2018/19 please click here for a letter from Tim Golby, Head of Adult Commissioning and Health. Attached to this letter are two documents which provide a summary of the main issues raised during the consultations: Consultation A –  Fee Uplift Summary Response Consultation B  – New Fee Model for […]

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Supporting Independence Entry Point 2018 – Upcoming event

20 March 2018

 Following the recent letter emailed to providers this is a reminder that the tender is due to go live on Monday 19th March, there will be a bidder/tenderer event on the 28th March, details as follows:   Bidder/ Tenderer event 28th March at County Hall 10 a.m. to 12 pm:  There will be a Tenderer […]

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Improving Retention of Care Workers Workshops

12 March 2018

Want to improve the retention of your workforce? Who are the workshops aimed at? Owners, managers, deputy managers and recruitment/HR leads of adult social care providers. By the end of the workshop, attendees will be able to: • Identify their workplace values, in partnership with others and demonstrate values-based leadership. • Identify practical ways of […]

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