Creating a progressive policy for social care reform
We need a progressive vision for social care. This means:
1. Neighbourhood Focused - organised to support foster inclusive and welcoming neighbourhoods where everyone's contribution is recognised and supported.
2. People Powered - creating respectful relationships and encouraging peer support and neighbourliness, backed up by responsive professional support
3. Human Rights Based - giving people who need support freedom, clear entitlements and the ability to participate and contribute in the way that works best for them
4. Economically Secure - with no means-testing and proper levels of funding to enable full contribution and fair incomes for everyone
The Centre is supporting disabled people, families, community groups to develop this vision in partnership with the City of Sheffield and sharing its learning nationally and globally through Citizen Network.
We've held a number of events, recordings are available to watch via the links below:
The first event focused on disabled people:
The second event focused on older people:
The third event focused on young people and families:
After bringing together local and national people to discuss options and share ideas we will produce a summary of our findings and proposals for a progressive approach to social care.