Our Care Our Say: “Is this the time people are going to listen?”

The ‘Our Care, Our Say’ report sets out what care experienced people think should be done. This report ensures that the advice from care experienced people is spelled-out loud and clear.  It is hoped by all those who contributed to the survey and event that the views set out in this report will inform theContinue reading “Our Care Our Say: “Is this the time people are going to listen?””

#oursocialcare — Social Care Future

By Anna Severwright, Another social care conference… the big names talking… and no one who draws on social care speaking at the main sessions. This is 2021 and still the conversations about social care, are happening without us, people with lived experience of social care (either themselves or as a family carer). Thankfully we have […]Continue reading “#oursocialcare — Social Care Future”

2020 Call for Proposals | social-pedagogy

At the final session of our 2018 conference, attended by 350 participants from 17 countries, it was resolved to celebrate the event every two years. Therefore, we are eagerly looking forward to our next conference hosted by UCLAN (University of Central Lancashire, UK) in Preston from Tuesday 16 June to Thursday 18 June, 2020. ThisContinue reading “2020 Call for Proposals | social-pedagogy”

Ageing in Common

The ‘Ageing in Common’ conference staged in partnership between the NCF and CommonAge was a great success and set a new standard for international dialogue on ageing, retirement and social care service development. This first conference of its kind for the Commonwealth attracted some 200 delegates and between them they represented 23 of the 53Continue reading “Ageing in Common”

Ageing in Common Conference

I am writing to let you know about a great opportunity to join up with delegates from across the globe with a shared interest in Ageing. The UK will be hosting an event entitled Ageing In Common: An International Perspective – and the event is running from the 16 to the 18th April in Reading.Continue reading “Ageing in Common Conference”