Adult Social Care recruitment

Clare Hall-Salter, Service Delivery Manager: Service Improvement and Efficiency

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The Service Improvement and Efficiency team works across our Adults and Children’s Services, providing strategic improvement and transformation support.

In summary the team are responsible for the following:

Business Administration Support team
Business administration support across Children’s and Adults Services.

Business Systems Support team
Case management and financial management systems development and oversight.

Projects, Policies and Quality team

  • Programme and project management.
  • Quality assurance and complaints management.
  • Policies and business process development.
  • Communications, Information and advice support.

Amardeep Grewal, Service Delivery Manager: Community Social Work and Principal Social Worker for Adult Social Care

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This service is responsible for those that require long term Adult Social Care services in line with the Care Act 2014.

Lakeside South and the Wrekin Locality teams

  • Locality working with partners and the community.
  • Delivering adult statutory social work requirements.
  • Assessment, planning and timely reviews.
  • Promote direct payments, where people are eligible.
  • Workforce development and practice.

Within our Community Social Work teams we have specialist roles that work across Adult Social Care.

These specialist roles include:

  • Transition Leads
  • Continuing Health Care Lead
  • Practice Educator (AYSE)
  • Carers Champions
  • Community Hubs leads.

Michael Bennett, Service Delivery Manager: Prevention & Enablement

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Prevention and Enablement services focus on prevention using the skills of Occupational Therapy, Sensory Services and Digital Technology.

We work closely with the voluntary sector to provide information, advice, equipment and new and emerging technologies to support people to maintain their independence within their own homes.

We have established Community hubs that are run with partners, providing advice and support as well as low level equipment assessments.

Telford Integrated Community Assessment Team (TICAT) works closely with partners to provide a service which offers support to avoid hospital admissions and safe discharges for people from acute hospitals using a discharge to assess model. This is along with enablement support in peoples own homes or alternative accommodation within the community.


Victoria Worthington, Service Delivery Manager: Community Social Work and Adult Safeguarding

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Hadley Locality Team

Provides adult social care support for people under the provisions of the Care Act 2014.

  • Delivering adult statutory social work requirements.
  • Locality working with partners and the community.
  • Assessment, support planning and timely reviews.
  • Support independence.
  • Promote direct payments, where people are eligible.

Adult Safeguarding Team

  • Provides a specialist safeguarding service to discharge the Council’s statutory responsibilities, and ensure that the most vulnerable people in our communities are safeguarded.
  • We have an established Adults Safeguarding Board who we regularly report to on our performance and activity.

Mental Health Team, Approved Mental Health Practitioner (AMHP) Service

  • Provides a specialist mental health social work service, working closely with the locality teams, Safeguarding Team, health colleagues and other partners to ensure that the right level of support is provided for those with a Mental Health diagnosis.

Deprivation of Liberties Safeguards Team

  • Provides assessment and support under the provisions of The Mental Capacity Act 2005 Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (MCA DoLS) to protect people who lack capacity to decide about their care and treatment.

Family Connect (Adults)

  • Adult Community Support Advisors are located within the Children's Family Connect Service and take all initial calls for Adult Social Care. 

Julie Smith, Programme Manager, Telford & Wrekin Integrated Place

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Leading a two year programme which will establish a wide range of Neighbourhood based, Integrated Pathways, between Health and Social Care. 

The programme, aims to use established and develop new and innovative  neighbourhood capacity in health, social care and the voluntary sector to prevent deterioration and help delay or prevent  the reliance  on long term Social Care Support and  hospital admissions, which cause physical and mental decompensation and deterioration of the person

Last updated: 29/04/2019 14:06

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