EASPD, Centre for Welfare Reform, ANFFAS, KVPS and In Control Scotland invite you to this conference in Brussels.
Self-directed support (SDS) is a system to organise the help people need so the person has as much control as possible. It aims to improve the lives of people with social care needs by empowering them to be equal partners in decisions about their care and support. For example: SDS allows people to choose how their support is provided and gives them as much control as they want of their individual budget.
The conference will:
- provide an overview of the state of play on self-directed support in different European countries
- showcase the training materials developed by the EU-funded SKILLS project on SDS for different stakeholders
- open discussion on how to help take things forward
You can view the preliminary agenda here.
Venue: 1 Rue Guimard, Brussels
This event is free of charge and there is a limited budget to cover travel costs for participants, to find out more please email Asel Kadyrbaeva.
If you would like to attend please complete the registration form by 15 August 2019.