Personalisation and Equalities – 28 March, London
Jointly hosted by Disability Rights UK, National LGB&T Partnership, Race Equality Foundation and the Department of Health, this free event is taking place on Thursday 28 March from 11am to 4pm at the Race Equality Foundation in London.
The objectives of the learning event, which will include lunch and refreshments, are:
- To understand and explore the different experiences of personalisation from a range of communities who have experienced discrimination or disadvantage.
- To highlight how individuals across a range of communities who can utilise personalisation to achieve better outcomes.
- To identify best practice in supporting all people in accessing social care and ensuring personalisation.
- To help build a platform for mutual exchange between organisations who provide and are working to ensure personalisation of all services and the better use of personal budgets.
The event will bring together organisations representing people with protected characteristics. Facilitated break out groups will discuss more detailed questions around access to and experience of care and support for a range of communities.
All organisations who participate will have an opportunity to explore how access to all communities can be improved. There will also be an opportunity to network and explore partnership working.
Places are limited. For further information and to book email Farah@racefound.org.uk or telephone 020 7428 1880.