People who work with me know that I’m passionate about the language of social care. So as the story of Covid-19 continues to be written and rewritten, I’m interested in the narratives that are emerging about care and what all this means for our social care future.
At KeyRing we work hard to support people to build their independence. We work equally hard to convince the world of the skills that people have to offer. We don’t care about labels: learning disability, mental health issue, substance abuser. Everyone has something to offer.
Ours used to be a traditional provider for supported housing for ‘homeless’ people. Over nine years Mayday has transformed itself into an influencer that is proving that changing our broken system is possible.
George Coxon, care home provider, speaks out about the plight of care homes, talks about how staff and residents are adapting to life in the coronavirus epidemic, and the importance of person-centred care
My name is Sally Percival and I chair The National Co-production Advisory Group (NCAG) and co-chair The Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) partnership, but more importantly I care for my son and step daughter both of whom have significant disabilities and at the moment my partner who is immunosuppressed.
Jade recently went to a meeting on personalisation in care at Essex County Council (ECC) and writes passionately about the changes she’d like to see in order to put good care and support into practice for people with direct payments.
Isaac Samuels, co-chair of the National Co-production Advisory Group explains how he can be helped to stay out of hospital and Natasha Burberry, TLAP policy advisory gives some hard facts and practical advice.