Zoom Links for Tuesday 14th December 2021 - Living in The Place We Call Home

Supported by: The Dunhill Medical Trust and Community Catalysts

 

Here you will find the links to the zoom sessions that you need for Tuesday 14th December 2021.

 

Facilitators and keynote listeners include: Anna Severwright, Helen Sanderson, Donna Hall, Lucy Series, Isaac Samuels, Ewan King, Raina Summerson, Tricia Nicoll, Rob Fountain, Sian Lockwood, Angela Catley, Tim Baverstock and Clenton Farquharson.

 

Have your say and contribute your experience and ideas to this session supporting the next stage of the Whose Social Care is it Anyway inquiry, led by people who draw on social care.

Key change 2 is about finding ways of transforming the ways people who draw on social care experience “home” so that we can all have #AnEqualLife. Join for the whole day or contribute to sessions.

 

Please take look a the plan for the day, there are 2 streams to explore which will be held in the morning and the afternoon so you can chose to attend each one or you can chose to attend the same stream twice and continue to build on the issues and ideas.

10.00am —11.00am  – Welcome & first session for everyone

Led by Anna Severwright and Isaac Samuels. What does living in a place we call home mean for us all? What is the experience of older & disabled people drawing on social care?

 

This is the link you will need to join:  https://bit.ly/3Dtgh7i  

(This is the same link you should have received when you registered to attend)

 

Choose to join one of two streams to explore, with facilitators and our keynote listeners, the current position when people need support, start to explore what we need to change to move towards an equal life for all

11.15am—12.45pm  – Living well in your original home

 

This is the link you will need to join: https://bit.ly/3360Cyr

OR

11.15am—12.45pm  – Living well in another kind of accommodation with support

 

This is the link you will need to join:  https://bit.ly/31xhMVc

1.30pm —1.45pm  – Come back together and review key issues and ideas so far  

   

This is the link you will need to join:  https://bit.ly/3duyDKs

Chose to join one of  two streams to explore, with facilitators and our keynote listeners to build on the morning’s issues and ideas and move towards opportunities, glimpses of a better future and possible action.

Note you can swop from morning sessions or stay in the same stream.

1.50pm—3.15pm  – Living well in your original home

 

This is the link you will need to join:  https://bit.ly/3y1HY5X

OR

1.50pm—3.15pm  – Living well in another kind of accommodation with support

 

This is the link you will need to join: https://bit.ly/3ospwAi

3.30pm  – Come back together to review proposals for next steps, action and influence.

 

This is the link you will need to join:  https://bit.ly/3orrJvR

Keynote listeners will bring lived experience along with experience and expertise in progressive support approaches, housing, commissioning, law, community connections, technology. They will reflect on issues raised and share knowledge and ideas linked to these.

Observers from Manchester Met university will review and analyse ideas to support next stage action. Research in Practice colleagues are undertaking a major co-produced evidence review steered by these sessions to clarify action needed .

 

There is no need to book the sessions, you can just click on the links to join.

 

Any problems or have any access requirements call: 0121 474 5900 or email admin@in-control.org.uk 
      
Please note that we will be recording all of the sessions.  
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