- Posted:Tuesday 20 September 2011
Peter Hay, Emily Thornberry, Cynthia Bower, Allan Bowman and Peter Beresford tell us what they think about the Law Commission adult social care framework recommendations.
These items were recorded at our 2012 conference, Social care reform – where next? The conference brought together key policy designers and decision-makers to discuss the implications of the care and support White Paper and explore the future of social care reform.
Professor Peter Beresford, Director, Centre for Citizen Participation, Brunel University, outlines the fundamental barriers to taking forward personalised support.
Cynthia Bower, Chief Executive of the Care Quality Commission, looks at what care providers can do to help improve the social care system.
Allan Bowman, Chair of the Social Care Institute for Excellence, discusses the need for a genuine partnership between professionals and people in communities to help deliver social care.
Peter Hay, President of ADASS, discusses how the new legal framework provides opportunities to overcome the challenges facing the current social care system.
Emily Thornberry MP, looks at the areas of the Law Commission report that still need further clarification.