For the latest in our series with people stepping up we are delighted to interview Sarah Clayton @posturalcare. Sarah talks about how critical it is to continue to support people with needs not always generally obvious and how we can and must adapt our methods. This adaptation – via telehealth and other means – is discussed, along with the responsibilities of government, communities and individuals to respond urgently to sustain and retain vital skills that will be needed as we emerge.
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
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