- March 14, 2022
- Posted by: R
- Categories: All News, Business continuity, CT Blog, CT Brief
We are really pleased to bring you the new CT Brief – Issue 58: Health, Care and Support!
In this edition, we aim to focus on pressing health, care and support matters, and consider what we can do, as people and organisations, to create a fairer, tolerant and more equitable society.
Authors discuss the Social Care White Paper, published late last year, as well as the limits and benefits of a digital service offer. While the ‘Everyone In’ rough sleeping initiative was hailed as a great success, many are still awaiting housing, and a large number require immigration advice. We highlight homelessness among refugees, young LGBTQ+ people and the vital work of akt.
- We still have capacity to help refugees, John Delahunty, CEO, Innisfree
- Rough sleeping: a public health emergency, Michelle Binfield, Rough sleeping programme director, London Councils & David Eastwood, Rough sleeping lead, Greater London Authority
- LGBTQ+ experiences of youth homelessness, Charlotte Vale, Fundraising manager, akt (Albert Kennedy Trust)
- Care workforce and technology, Liz Zacharias, Director, Campbell Tickell
- Social security, David Avery, Chair, Clarion Housing Group
- Transforming social care: views from the sector, Rebecca Pritchard, CEO, Surrey Care Association
- “I’m going to be me and if people don’t like it, they’re going have to adapt, because this is who I am” Sandra Skeete, CEO, Octavia & Tracey McEachran, Associate consultant at Campbell Tickell and chair of the London Board of Women in Social Housing
- Telling ‘herstory’, Rachel Crossley, Museum director, East End Women’s Museum
- The housing association of the future, Leen Spaans, Co-founder and secretary, CorpoNet & Henk Korevaar, Co-founder, ambassador and international liaison, CorpoNet
- Show and tell, Luke Cross, Director, Social Invest
- Post-covid stakeholder survey, Greg Campbell, Partner, Campbell Tickell
- Exempt accommodation, Liz Zacharias, Director, Campbell Tickell
- Why we must invest in mental health research, Marie Baxter, Philanthropy and partnerships manager, MQ Mental Health Research
- In crisis mode, Michael Broad, Policy & Research Officer, Campbell Tickell
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