Care at Home & Housing Support Conference 2022 – Insight Sessions


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Home is best: the critical role of homecare and housing support

Registration and regulation for the future of homecare workers

Cheryl Campbell – Head of Registration, SSSC  

Jenni Tait – SSSC 

An opportunity to hear from the workforce regulator about proposed changes to create a SSSC Register for the future and other workforce related updates and discussions.

The law and homecare

Jaimie McGready – Solicitor, BTO Solicitors LLP
Laura Irvine – Partner, Davidson Chalmers Stewart

More details to follow.  

The Fife Care at Home Collaborative: working with shared interest, common purpose & moving forward together

Paul Dundas – Independent Sector Lead, Partners for Integration

Alan Adamson – Service Manager (Quality Assurance) – Fife HSCP 

Working with shared interest, common purpose and moving forward together. Hear more about a journey of necessity and the development of our Collaborative approach.

Using technology in homecare services 

Nicola Cooper – Technology & Digital Innovation Lead, Scottish Care  

Frances Loughrey – Project Coordinator &  Development Officer: Aberdeen City, Partners for  Integration 

Fraser Fleming – Director, TripleTapTech 

Greig Thomson – Implementation Manager, Big  Health 

Frances Loughrey, Development Office, Aberdeen City Partners for Integration will share how SRS Homecare embraced technology and digital supports, as part of a trial of the Care Technologist role, and how they successfully introduced personalised technology as an option for service users.

TripleTapTech are a social enterprise supporting blind and partially sighted people to set up and use accessible technology. Director, Fraser Fleming will tell us how can help housing support and homecare users.

Sleepio and Daylight are Apps that have been designed to help with wellbeing, anxiety and sleep. Greig Thomson from Big Health will tell us how they are keen for people working in social care to benefit from these free Apps.

Social impact investment: an alternative for homecare 


New working capital – sources and structures 

Ian Marr – Chief Executive, The Growth Partnership 

Financing services will be critical in a challenging operating environment going forward. Ian will outline how Social Impact Investment can provide working capital to ensure medium term funding for high quality services.

Ian was involved in establishing the first project in Scotland to be financed using Social Impact Investment. Using the learning from this experience Ian worked with Morton Fraser Solicitors to design the Social Impact Investment Partnership as a streamlined, community based Social Impact Investment financing structure for use across the Social Sector. Ian is passionate about getting alongside locally based Social Sector organisations and enabling them to use Social Impact Investment to deliver services which bring real change to real people in real communities and initiate transformational change to the delivery of services to the public.

Social Care recruitment: securing a robust future workforce

Caroline Deane – Workforce Policy & Practice Lead, Scottish Care 

This Workforce Matters session will explore recruitment strategies in the homecare sector which can support services to attract new staff and retain experienced workers.


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