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2 December workshop: summary

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The fourth workshop brought together the Caring for our future engagement discussion leaders and reference group members. Its aim was to provide an opportunity for participants to articulate their vision for care and support in 2025 and identify the practical … Read more → – 2 December workshop: summary

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‘Caring for our future’ workshops

The first of four half-day workshops will be taking place tomorrow and will bring together the discussion leaders from the care and support community and reference group members. Taking place on 17, 22, 25 November and 2 December, the workshops … Read more → – ‘Caring for our future’ workshops

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Local Government Association event on the future of social care

The Local Government Association held a roundtable event in London yesterday. Delegates included council chief executives, local leaders, government policy officials and leaders from the care and support sector. Presentations and speeches were given by Norman Warner (Commissioner for the … Read more → – Local Government Association event on the future of social care

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Peter Hay – creating a more diverse and responsive care market

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In his first video blog, Peter Hay talks about creating a more diverse and responsive care market. In the video Peter covers the following: How we shape the social care service What does a market look like in care What … Read more → – Peter Hay – creating a more diverse and responsive care market

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Imelda Redmond – making social care reform a reality

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Recent years have seen the adult social care sector inundated with reports, commissions, consultations etc on the issues it faces and how it needs to evolve to be fit for purpose, both now and in the future. We’ve seen a … Read more → – Imelda Redmond – making social care reform a reality

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