If you use health and social care services, if you are a carer, if you work in health or social care, or if you want to be sure these services will still be there when you or your family need them, this conference is for you.
Concern about health and social care crosses political boundaries and this is a non-party political event. It will bring together workers, organisations, campaigners, and individuals from across Devon and Cornwall to find out more about the current changes to health and social care, to learn from one another, and to devise new ways of working together.
Where: St Mary & St Petroc’s Parish Centre, St Mary’s Road, Bodmin PL31 1NF
When: Saturday 5th November 2016, 10.30 am -5 pm, with registration beginning at 10 am
- Tudor Evans (OBE; Leader of the Opposition, Plymouth City Council)
- Jackie Pendleton (Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group)
- Nigel Morson (Keep Our NHS Public, Cornwall)
Workshops will focus on topics such as disability rights, mental health, carers, campaigning, social care, research, and other topics.
Above all, this will address the question: In this new reality, how can we best defend and promote health and social services?
Register online at: http://bit.ly/2d7hcjX. Or register at the door.
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