- Participants should feel that their direct practice has been explored via psychological, practical, and legal information via discussion, video materials and activities.
Gain a better understanding of hoarding as a disorder
Generate functional working models which can be improved upon and adapted to your style and practice
Engage in person-centred risk assessment and planning
Be made aware of interventions which have been shown to improve outcomes
Who should attend:
This event is for Environmental Health Practitioners or anyone who is responsible for and is engaged in a process of enforced change in their Local Authority/ community.
"It is interesting to see and hear other authorities issues and how they deal with it."
"I found the topic around Capacity the most interesting. When completing an inclusive Risk Assessment with a hoarder whether they have capacity to execute a resolution to the matter."
"I found this was far more practical than previous hoarding training I have been on, the practical element was invaluable"
"Hearing from the speakers and other course attendees past experiences and knowledge around the area."
"Understanding that all attendees were experiencing similar issues."
June 2021 delegate comments
CPD: 4 hours