IMPOWER set to sponsor National Child and Adult Services conference

On September 6th, 2022, IMPOWER announced its plans to be the headline sponsor at the National Child and Adult Services Conference (NCASC) which will be held in Manchester from 2nd– 4th November 2022.

The three-day event is for elected members and senior leaders in local authorities who have an interest in delivering the best services and opportunities for young people and adults.

Sean Hanson, Chief Executive of IMPOWER said: ‘We have sponsored NCASC this year because it has never been more important to enable and supercharge the ability of public service leaders to improve lives by overcoming the complex challenges they face.

‘The funding challenges faced in child and adult services will not go away any time soon, but progress can be achieved with the right approach and techniques.’  

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NCASC offers the opportunity to hear the latest updates in the sector and encourages people to think about key policies and improvement agendas when it comes to child and adult services.

At the conference, NCASC provides a space called ‘The Exhibition’ which offers over 80 organisations the opportunity to promote a variety of services and pitch new ideas about working with local authorities across social care and education sectors to improve them.

According to NCASC partners in wider public services, the voluntary, community and private sectors who work in this area will be attending to help bring together over 1,000 delegates.

As the headline sponsor, IMPOWER believes that the fundamental focus of health, education and social care services should be on adults, children, young people and their families.

Olly Swan, Lead Director for Children’s Services at IMPOWER has said: ‘We are delighted to be sponsoring NCASC 2022, at what is a critical time for children’s services. NCASC represents a key opportunity for the joining-up of likeminded people and organisations who are all working to enable a fairer system.

‘Children and young people in car achieve their best outcomes when support and interventions are tailored to meet their individual needs.’

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