LBLA Community Care Conference

Date: Tuesday 16 October 2012

Time: 09:15 to 16:00

Location: Waltham Forest Council Chambers

Speakers: Kate Markus QC, Stephen Reeder, Ulele Burnham

Fee: Free for all LBLA Members

This full day conference will comprise of a series of talks on all aspects of Community Care law including Mental Health & Deputyship, Reforming the Adult Social Care Legislative Framework and Support for People From Abroad. The conference will cover recent developments in legislation, guidance and case law and the effect that these may have on Local Authorities.


Community Care Law.

11:10 - 12:45 Mental Health and its Impact in the Community (Doughty Street)

  • Mental Capacity Act, Ulele Burnham
  • Deputyship, Stephen Reeder
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, Ulele Burnham
  • Community Care Local Authority Duties, Kate Markus

Price: Free for all LBLA Members

Location: Waltham Forest Council Chambers

To book your place or to find out more about this course, please visit the LBLA Website www.lbla.org.uk.
If you do not receive an immediate confirmation email upon booking, please contact Alyssa Kondonis on lbla@kennedycater.com / 0207 7702 6046.

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