Sobus are running a program of three sessions to develop a shared approach to how the voluntary and community sector in H&F can be better integrated into Accountable Care Partnership. These sessions are essential for any CEO or senior manager to attend if you work with services users with health and wellbeing support needs and want to ensure your service is integrated into local care pathways and commissioned.

Places are limited and to book your place click here

Coffee and tea will be available from 9.30am, the session will run from 10am to 3pm and lunch will be provided.

Session 1 outline – 19th February

  • What accountable care partnerships are
  • What does it mean for the VCS in H&F in terms of risk and opportunities
  • How to develop a model for the VCS in H&F
  • Next steps

Session 2 outline – 12th March

  • Vision and values
  • Learning from other models that have worked and those that have not
  • Benefits and risks for organisations, service users and commissioners
  • Next steps

Session 3 outline – 19th March

  • Developing a model for H&F
  • Next steps

Places are limited and to book your place click here

The above sessions are complimented by a series of one day training sessions for frontline workers across voluntary and community sector providers, healthcare providers, social care providers and local authorities in Hammersmith and Fulham throughout March.We would also recommend attendance of these sessions which will provide an opportunity to meet health care and other social care professionals.

These workshops are:

  • Learn more about integrated working and what this means for yourselves, your teams and our patients
  • Explore what integrated working looks like at Hammersmith and Fulham and how we can achieve this
  • Build relationships across organisational boundaries and decide how you will work together

Please forward to your colleagues To sign up, please register your details online here and answer a short pre-course questionnaire.

If you have any queries  on any of the above please contact Shad Haibatan at or tel: 020 7952 1230