The New Care Bill – implications for occupational therapists. 26 June 2014

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June 9, 2014 by permanentred

A chance to find out more about the Care Bill from an expert in the field!

The Care Bill has the potential to provide interesting challenges to service users, carers and services.

LSBU has teamed up with the British Association of Occupational Therapists (London Region) to provide a lifelong learning event facilitated by Michael Mandlestam.

Michael Mandelstam worked at the Disabled Living Foundation in the 1980s and at the Department of Health in the 1990s. Since then he has worked independently, providing legal training in health and social care.

He has written various books, including Manual handing in health and social care (2002), Safeguarding adults and the law (2nd edition, 2013), Occupational therapy law and good practice (2005), Community care practice and the law (4th edition 2009), How we treat the sick: neglect and abuse in our health services (2011).

This two-hour event is aimed at current and former students, as well as BAOT members. We look forward to seeing you for an interesting event.

Date:    26 June 2014
Time:    16:30 – 18:30
Location:
LSBU Southwark Campus – London Road building (exact room confirmed upon booking)
Organiser:    Ian Merrick and Janet Parker
Contact details:    0207 815 7087 (Ian Merrick) and 020 7815 8176 (Janet Parker), merricki@lsbu.ac.uk
Price:    Free of charge

Make your booking here:

http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/whats-on/the-new-care-bill-implications-for-occupational-therapists-2406

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