Confirmed speakers include:
- Helen Leadbitter, Area Manager, Children's Society
- Giles Meyer, Chief Executive, The Carer's Trust
- Tracey Hamilton, Trust Manager, Eastern Ravens Trust
- Caroline Hallet, Director of Strategy and Development, Imago Community
- Feylyn Lewis, Research Fellow (Social Work and Social Care), University of Sussex (event chair)
- Further Speakers TBC
Whilst current statistics show that there are 170,000 young carers in the UK, recent research indicated that the number could be as much as four times that amount. This means that there are hundreds of thousands of young carers are not being provided with any form of emotional or medical support, leaving them at risk.
Join Westminster Briefing on the 26th June to hear from leading providers of wellbeing support to young carers on how they are having success with the hard to reach young people. Learn which strategies are working and how you can include them in your young carer action plan.
Key issues to be addressed:
The morning session will focus on the risks faced by young carers and what rights they have, to obtain support when they need to.
The afternoon session will allow delegates to discuss new strategies enabling children’s services and other agencies to track young carers and ensure their wellbeing is prioritised.
Morning refreshments will be served upon arrival with a networking lunch to follow. Any special needs or dietary requirements should be notified to us upon booking.
Who Should Attend?
Delegates will be drawn from, but not excluded to: Directors of Children’s Services; Principal Social workers; Team Managers; Social workers on the ground; Human Resources and anyone with an interest in improving the retention of a skilled workforce and the delivery of care for children.
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