RSA Talk Shop: Adult Social Care

Fellowship Event

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Online (through Zoom)

  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

Perry Walker FRSA and Talk Shop have an RSA Catalyst award to get people talking about adult social care and its funding.

To do so, we provide a discussion kit involving sets of cards. A small group of around six people can organise their own discussion in someone’s home using a single kit. Alternatively, several kits can be used in a public event. More about our materials here.

In this special online eventopen to all, we’ll do the following:

  • Share the origins of the kit, especially its link with the citizens’ assembly on social care.

  • Say what has worked well and less well and share some preliminary results.

  • Explain who has used the kit so far and get your ideas about who else might like to do so.

  • Talk through the contents of the kit and simulate discussion about what care the state should provide.

People who have held events so far have found them rewarding. Comments include:

  • “Useful discussion. Better informed. Small group provided opportunity to participate fully.”

  • “This is a great opportunity to discuss important issues and should be done so more widely on many subjects.”

Questions about any of this? Contact: Perry Walker on [email protected] or 07858 750936.

This event will take place via online conferencing platform, Zoom. Once registered you will receive an order confirmation email containing the link to this meeting. When the event is about to start, please click this link to enter the meeting. The event will start at 18.30 (BST).

 

Location: Online (through Zoom)

 

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