National Hoarding Conference 2022

Capacity: Who’s Got it?

16 May, 2022: 10am-4.30pm Virtual

Exploration of Mental and Practical Capacity Across People Who Hoard and Support Services

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This year’s conference will be a virtual online platform.

Capacity:

 

  • For People with Hoarding Behaviour, how this is being assessed and what it would mean if capacity were more specifically considered?
  • For services, as we move towards increased strain on budgets, how can we build appropriate capacity for support-based programmes into our plans?

Our Trustees & Team who will be a part of the day, include:

 

  • Megan Karnes (Chair/Founder/Director, HUK): USER INVOLVEMENT
  • Dr Satwant Singh (Clinical Director, HUK/IAPT Newham and Waltham Forest): PSYCHOLOGY
  • Julie Wilson (Trainer, HUK/Optivo Neighbourhood Manager): HOUSING PROFESSIONALS
  • Lee Markwick (Trainer, HUK/Retired Fire Officer & NHS Mental Health & Safety Officer): EMERGENCY SERVICES
  • Heather Matuozzo (Trustee, Director CloudsEnd CIC): PARTNERSHIP WORKING
  • Shamiso Mazaiwana (HUK General Manager, Service Department): USER INVOLVEMENT
  • Kimi Gordon (HUK Peer Mentor and Advocate): USER INVOLVEMENT

 

Tickets on sale now!

 

Tickets:  £125 includes HUK Membership with an additional 10% discount on virtual training. HUK Membership sign up

Agenda

MORNING

 

10:00-10:20
Welcome

10:20-11.45
Welcome & Keynote – Dr Gianetta Rands

Dr Gianetta Rands | Psychiatrists | . (doctify.com), editor of Women in Psychiatry  – a collection of Essays Women’s Voices in Psychiatry – Gianetta Rands – Oxford University Press (oup.com)

  • Mental Capacity (30 minutes talk-presentation or panel)
  • Looking at the Act in relation to hoarding

  • Discussion from professionals, others, and PwHB re their view on whether people have capacity in relation to making decisions about maintaining a safe and habitable environment.

  • Breakouts = 20 minutes

  • Group feedback: 30 minutes

  • Specific questions provided

11:45-11:55
Break
Questions

12:00-13:15
Services

A presentation about issues on the ground.  (30 minutes talk-presentation or panel)

  • What is there now?
  • Professionals what services are you delivering and who is delivering them?
  • Family etc, what help have your received?
  • PwHB discussion about interventions and/or lack thereof.
  • Breakouts = 20 minutes
  • Group feedback – 30 minutes
  • Specific questions provided
AFTERNOON

 

13:15-14:00
Lunch Break 

14:00-15:05
Challenges

  • Professionals, what gets in the way of delivering person-centred support?
  • Family, friends, etc.  What is your part in providing person-centred support e.g. many family members come in and move things out.
  • PwHB, what does person-centred support look like?
  • Breakouts = 20 minutes
  • Group feedback – 30 minutes
  • Specific questions provided

15:05-15:15
Break

15:15-16:00
Looking Forward

  • How do we as professionals, family, etc, and PwHB bring this positive change to life?
  • Mixed breakouts – 20 mins
  • Group feedback – 30 mins
  • Specific questions provide.

16:00-16:30
Picking up the Pieces
(Review, Planning, Feedback)

16:30
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