London, United Kingdom, April 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- About the conference:
Following the Government’s announcement of a one year delay in applying local housing allowance caps to supported housing residents, Capita’s Supported Housing Conference takes place at a critical juncture for those providing valuable services to the most vulnerable in society.
With the Department for Work and Pensions and the Department for Communities and Local Government undertaking an evidence review into the size and scope of the supported housing sector and concerns over the proposed 1% rent reduction, now is the time to ensure you are able to deliver a comprehensive and financially secure supported housing service.
Shining a spotlight on recognised best practice, a range of expert speakers will provide you with the guidance needed to develop and build partnerships across a multitude of agencies, whilst exploring how to reduce spending and avoid duplicating services.
Key topics covered include:
• Accessing funding to meet the demands for supported housing
• Examining the commissioning process and how best to secure resources for your organisation
• Developing a comprehensive business case for supported housing
Attend this conference to hear innovative and transferable examples on how to develop and strengthen the vital services you provide to your users.
Benefits if Attending:
-Hear from the Department for Work and Pensions as they discuss the implications of welfare reform on the future of supported housing
-Take part in an interactive panel discussion with agency experts on how to establish lasting partnerships between housing, health and social care
-Pinpoint how to access funding to maintain supported living services for your organisation
-Explore the commissioning process and how to sustain supported housing through effective commissioning
-Assess how to build a system which measures outcomes and demonstrates quality of service
-Advance the service you provide to tenants by partnership working and maximising the choice for service users
-Review the impact of government policy surrounding rent reduction and the application of local housing allowance caps
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