Eve Holt is an elected member in Chorlton Cum Hardy. She tells her story of the last few weeks. Like other elected members she has a key role as both local activist and link to the local formal system – not always an easy task in normal times – greatly intensified in the present emergency. What is she noticing about how this dynamic is playing out and what does she see as critical to emerging into a better future with different relationships?
From social care to wellbeing: #SocialCareFuture awarded grant by Hallmark Foundation to develop and secure resources for a multi-year campaign
From social care to wellbeing: #SocialCareFuture awarded grant by Hallmark Foundation to develop and secure resources for a multi-year campaign #SocialCareFuture is delighted to announce
“Commissioning” for a Better Future. A Starter for Ten This week Social Care Future brought together people from more than 20 council areas that have
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