We know that the experience people have, when supported by or when working in Adult Social Care needs to change.
Are you interested in being part of conversations that will help bring about this change? Come and join like-minded people over a brew!
The sessions are for people accessing care and support, families, carers, commissioners and providers, and also people who wish to shape adult social care who are not yet accessing care. The sessions will be delivered and run by Curators for Change (people with lived experience).
The region is excited to be working with Curators of Change. Curators of Change will be facilitating short flexible discussions with people who just want to
chat, want to meet people in similar circumstances, and/or wish to influence the regional priorities going forward.
Each session will be themed around how well we:
1. Work with people including how we assess needs and provide information and advice?
2. Provide co-ordinated and flexible support to people?
3. Ensure safety, make people feel safe and support people around risks?
4. Demonstrate compassionate leadership and a learning and improvement focused culture?
These sessions will be interactive zoom workshops, they are non-mandatory and flexible – come to as many or as few as you like.
It is an opportunity for you to share thoughts and ideas, informally and agree to some key recommendations to shape how this forum develops to best support
people across the ADASS East Region.
As part of their work, Curators of Change will feedback following each session on three key pieces of information which will help the improvement networks
across the East. Feedback and actions at the end of the 6 sessions planned will be documented (what we said, what we did). We will review how well the
sessions are working after a 6 month period to ensure we learn and reflect according to people’s needs.
They have set up the zoom link and dates for the monthly “over a brew” sessions:
The sessions will be held:
Time: 12.00 – 1.30
23 September 2022
21 October 2022
18 November 2022
16 December 2022
13 January 2023
10 February 2023
For more information please: email Curators of Change