Health Network in Focus: Frailty
30 April 2019, 1.00pm – 4.00pm, St George’s Centre, St Georges Rd, Leeds LS10 4UZ
You may have noticed the term ‘frailty’ banded around much more frequently in the past year or so, though it’s a term we don’t use directly with those to whom it may apply it is a recognised long term condition; one which can be prevented, delayed and/or managed.
People living with frailty have traditionally been supported once they need urgent care but there is a shift towards a preventative and proactive response to slow the progression of frailty, and enable people to live good lives.
The third sector has an important role to play here.
- Find out about recent Clinical Commissioning Group developments and what this should mean for third sector providers and people living with frailty.
- Role of Local Strategic Partnerships.
- Understand the learning to date about the delivery and impact of a Leeds frailty projects.
- Listen to a local account from a frailty project .
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