Multi-Agency Approach to Complex Needs for CYP
Take one day out and achieve a greater insight into the work being done by your colleagues from across the country to support children, young people and adults with life-limiting or life-threatening complex needs. Benefit from case study presentations and interactive networking opportunities. Find out how others are tackling transition, delivering a multi-agency approach, enabling patients to have shared decision making and providing necessary respite and hospice support.
- This online forum is the equivalent to 5 hours Continuing Professional Development
Attend this online NHS forum from the comfort of your own home, update your education and discover how you can improve the support of your complex needs patients.
- Meet each other – turning on your videos and microphones in the breakout rooms
- Listen and watch presentations and speakers’ Q&A – in the main conference room with a chair
- Take part in facilitated interactive sessions – enabled by moderators in the breakout rooms
- Feedback and engage – using the chat box and moderators sharing content in the main conference room
Take away practical approaches to your challenges and progress the necessary advances in your service by focussing on:
- Progressing transition pathways for young people with life limiting or life threatening needs
- Delivering a wraparound service to maximise outcomes for patients
- Achieving coordinated care for children and young people with complex needs
- Improving outcomes for patients complex needs through respite and hospice support
- Demonstrating the quality of shared decision making
- Understanding the importance of Personal Health Budgets, Advance Care Planning and advocacy
This event has been designed for multi-agency attendance from professionals who work with children, young people and adults with complex needs, including, but not limited to:
- Complex Care Teams
- Learning Disability Teams
- Transition Teams
- Consultants, Nurses and Support Workers
- Continuing Care Teams and Assessors
- Hospice Teams
- Respite Teams
- Community Consultants, Nurses, Matrons, Sisters and School Nurses
- Discharge Planning Leads and Teams
- Social Care and Housing Support Teams
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This online forum follows "CYP Transition to Adult Services Online Conference" which took place on Monday 14th September 2020 and was described by attendees as "Extremely well organised event. Some interesting learning to take away", "An excellent and really informative day - lovely to have opportunities to network" and "This was very useful, especially for networking, and gave us excellent information on work that is happening throughout the country with regard to transition services. I thought the way it was presented worked very well as this was online".
Maximise outcomes for children and young adults: improve transition, utilise respite and hospices and implement shared decision
|9.00||Join, tech support and instructions|
|9.30||Chair's opening remarks|
Lizzie Chambers, Director of Programmes, Together for Short Lives
Developing transition pathways
|9.40||Case study: Improving transition pathways for young people with complex needs |
Identifying the key players in adult care: working effectively with adult services
Working together to develop whole care pathway including health, social care and education
Building a multi-agency approach: overcoming barriers to good transition for young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions
Jacqui Rogers, Transition Service Lead Nurse, Alder Hey children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Multi-agency approach to complex needs
|10.05||Delivering a wraparound service to maximise outcomes for complex needs |
Team Around the Child: explore a multi-agency approach from panel to action plan to implementation
Overcoming the challenges to approach a multi-agency approach
Explore the latest technologies to improve communication: identifying, obtaining and support patients with new
Andrea Tipper, Specialist Health Visitor and Margret Hotze, Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust
|10.30||Question and answer session|
|10.40||Interactive session: How to maximise patient outcomes utilising a multi-agency approach to their pathway |
In small groups to discuss and share your experiences on this important topic with your fellow attendees
|11.10||Feedback from interactive session: How to maximise patient outcomes utilising a multi-agency approach to their pathway|
|11.20||Achieving coordinated care for children and young people with complex needs |
Sympathetic approach to prognosis and delivering bad news: involving patients and their carers and families in decision making
Collaborating across health and social care to improve discharge, implement a care pathway and coordinate services effectively
Case study examples: positive outcomes from working pathways and collaborative multi-agency approach with patient, family and carer involvement
Jane O’Connor, Care Advisor, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
|11.45||Together for Short Lives Multi-agency care pathway for complex children |
Developing a pathway: who will benefit?
Explore the stages of the pathway: diagnosis, ongoing care and end of life
Measure of the outcomes of the multi-agency care pathway
Lizzie Chambers, Director of Programmes, Together for Short Lives
|12.10||Question and answer session|
|12.20||Interactive session: Improving the quality of life for those with life limiting or life threatening illnesses|
|1.10||Feedback from interactive session: Improving the quality of life for those with life limiting or life threatening illnesses|
Respite and hospice support
|1.20||Respite and short breaks: improving access and outcomes for young adults with complex needs |
An overview of the evidence base on respite care for young adults with complex care needs
What are the barriers and facilitators to respite care for young adults, families, carers and providers?
Understand the benefits (reduced hospital admissions, social and education opportunities for young people, relief on families) and harms of no service
Dr Katherine Knighting, Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer, Edge Hill University
|1.45||Hospice perspective: Enhancing care and pathways for complex needs patients|
The unexpected generation
Collaborative problem solving to enhance patient care: explore Project ECHO
How can colleagues support patients with complex and life limiting conditions, and their families/carers?
Carrie James, ECHO Transition Partnership Manager, Hospice UK
|2.10||Question and answer session|
|2.20||Interactive session: Involving patients and their families/carers in shared decision making|
|2.50||Feedback from interactive session: Involving patients and their families/carers in shared decision making|
Shared decision making
|3.00||Living Life to the Fullest’ Project: Co-producing 'More than Human' knowledge|
Insight into research in partnership with CYP with life limiting or life threatening impairments
Understand the value of CYP with complex needs contributing to important research work
Unpacking the notion of the 'more than human' in the lives of disabled young people with complex needs
Exploring the need to engage with the human, animal, machine, digital and environment aspects of the lives of disabled young people
Professor Dan Goodley, Disability Studies and Education, University of Sheffield
|3.25||Lived experienced: Personal Health Budgets, Advance Care Planning and advocacy and shared decision making|
Shared first-hand experience engaging with professionals focussing on Personal Health Budgets, ACPS and shared decision making
Where does the best support come from?
Involvement in research projects: shared knowledge and experiences
Lucy Watts, MBE MUniv FRSA, Lived Experience
|3.50||Question and answer session|
|4.00||Chair’s closing remarks and close of conference|
Find out about the work being done by your colleagues from across the country to support children, young people and adults with life-limiting or life-threatening complex needs:
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