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Older People's Health & Social Care

Providing services for older people in challenging times

A conference for practitioners and managers in adults' services in partnership with Age UK London

11 March 2011 This conference was organised by Making Research Count at the Social Care Workforce Research Unit (SCWRU), King's College London and the University of Bedfordshire. Professor Manthorpe of SCWRU chaired the meeting. 


Gilly Crosby, Director, Centre for Policy on Ageing, on their new publication: 'How can local authorities with less money support better outcomes for older people?’ (ppt, 384 KB)

Robert Templeton, Head of Transforming Adult Social Care, SCIE, on ‘Developing pan-London procedures for adult safeguarding' (ppt, 1,017 KB)

Gerry Zarb, Head of Human Rights in the Public Sector, Equality and Human Rights Commission, on ‘Human rights and older people in home care: what the EHRC Inquiry means for the social care workforce’ (ppt, 221 KB)

Sarah Carr, Senior Research Analyst, SCIE, on ‘Personalisation, choice and control for older people: observations on recent SCIE research findings' (ppt, 1,401 KB)

Liz Kent, Community Volunteers Time Bank Coordinator, Age Concern Bromley on 'Community Volunteers Time Bank – co-producing older people’s services' (pdf, 798 KB)

Denyse Whillier, Chief Executive, Age Concern Ealing on 'From Grant Funding to Individual Budgets: The Impact On Day Services' (ppt, 142 KB) 

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