Monday, 30 June 2014
Lifestyle Matters Progress!
Gail Mountain attended the College of Occupational Therapists 38th Annual Conference and Exhibition in Brighton on 4th and 5th June to talk about the progress made on the LifestyleMatters project.
Whilst at the conference Gail attended a plenary session by Candace Imison, Acting Director of Policy for The King’s Fund where she was heartened to hear that the work in the RAT group mirrored what Candace was saying, particularly regarding patient activation.
Gail also attended a seminar titled ‘Residential care can no longer continue with business as usual’ which was delivered by Paul Burstow, MP and Chair of the Commission on Residential Care where delegates were asked to contribute ideas to the findings of the commission.
The conference on a whole was very interesting and valuable.