In this webinar Joe Powell talks about his personal experience of a care system which fails to treat people as citizens and Bob Rhodes explains how social care has lost its way - focusing on commodified and failing services - rather than helping people build lives of meaning.
This webinar was shared by the Neighbourhood Democracy project being developed by Citizen Network in partnership with the Centre for Welfare Reform, Compass and Deeper Democracy.
The webinar was recorded on 25th September 2020.
Bob Rhodes of Lives Through Friends explores the absurdity of assuming care can be purchased in a market place. He offers an alternative account of the human nature of care.
Bob Rhodes offers a vision for personalisation in social care that goes beyond the use of social care services and returns us to community and citizenship.
The true story of one woman's ongoing fight against the system and her eventual triumph against all the odds.
Presentation given at The Centre for Welfare Reform's conference on mental health reform in Leeds, December 2012.
A review of Simon Goldsmith's book Life Nourishment, which explores how to build relationships and community
In this webinar Liz Leach Murphy and Sarah Holmes explore the factors that make for stronger and richer community life.
This webinar explores a growing innovative effort to develop community across the Spanish speaking world in work led by Plena Inclusion and many other partners.
The first webinar from the SDS network covered the issues of how countries were responding to the COVID-19 crisis, what the crisis can teach us about changes we need for the future and how this may impact the development of self-directed support.