Integrated, Innovative and Ambitious Rehabilitation in a Post-Covid Era

11:45 - 13:00

This interactive session will explore the concept of good rehabilitation as part of COVID-19 recovery and will aim to inspire delegates to consider innovative solutions to address demand, inequalities and workforce challenges. 

Following on from the Framework for Supporting People through Recovery and Rehabilitation during and after the (COVID-19) pandemic, the Scottish Government will soon launch the ‘Once for Scotland’ approach to rehabilitation that will support the delivery of accessible and quality rehabilitation to everyone who needs it.

The session will explore the principles of good rehabilitation to demonstrate how a whole-system and integrated approach to rehabilitation can improve outcomes at an individual and community level.

Bette Locke

Allied Health Professions (AHP) Professional Advisor, Scottish Government

Bette is Allied Health Professions Professional Advisor in Rehabilitation in Scottish Government, with a leadership role in overseeing the implementation of the Rehabilitation Framework (Framework for Supporting People through Recovery and Rehabilitation during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic).

Carolyn McDonald

Chief Allied Health Professions Officer (CAHPO), Scottish Government

Carolyn is the Chief Allied Health Professions Officer (CAHPO) for the Scottish Government.

Lynn Bauermeister

Head of Health and Wellbeing, High Life Highland

Lynn provides leadership, co-ordination, advice and support to the strategic partnership between High Life Highland and NHS Highland

Sara Redmond

Director of Development and Improvement, The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland

Sara Redmond holds leadership in directing and evaluating a portfolio of programmes that support and facilitate transformational change within health and social care.