Older people must be at the centre of community life and be treated as gifted and valued citizens until the end of life.
Hospital - a guide to staying safe
Terry Lynch describes how you can stay safe in hospital - a guide relevant to all of us - but especially older and disabled people.
Long Term Care Fees - The Truth
Chris Moon-Willems writes about the government's proposed changes to means testing for social care.
When SDS Doesn't Work
An anonymous account of the real-life failure of self-directed support for a family who needed help.
All Change for Social Care in England?
Chris Moon-Willems, an independent specialist in care for older people, assesses the Government's plans to reform social care.
Relative Matters - The essential guide to finding your way around the care system for older people
Fellow of the Centre Chris Moon-Willems has published an important new book on care and support for older people.
Self-Determination Doesn't End as We Age
Terry Lynch shares his and his mother's experiences of growing older and maintaining dignity and self-determination through independent living.
The Meaning of Dignity
A short essay written by Simon Duffy on the true meaning of dignity.
Dying with Dignity
This report explores how personalisation could transform end of life care. It outlines the approaches necessary to avoid the current high levels of undue hospitalisation.
What We Are Campaigning For
Simon Duffy outlines the case for radical reform of the current system and opposing the unfair cuts that target disabled people and other important groups.
Salvere is an innovative social enterprise designed to deliver a range of different forms of personalised support.
The Campaign for a Fair Society
Simon Duffy explains why the cuts planned by central government are so unfair and what they reveal about the failings of the current system.
Launch of Scottish Campaign
Simon Duffy speaks at the launch of the Scottish Campaign for a Fair Society about how personalisation is being used as a cover for cuts and why the cuts are so unfair.