This episode is a reflection, in Baroness Andrews’ own words, on the recent report published by the House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee, ‘A “gloriously ordinary life’’: spotlight on adult social care’. The report included evidence submitted by colleagues at the Centre for Care.Read more about Podcast- Reflections on ’A gloriously ordinary life’: In conversation with Baroness Andrews
In this episode of the podcast we’re discussing the new EU Care Strategy, which was formally adopted by the European Commission in December 2022. Becky Driscoll, one of our Research Associates, is joined by guests Stecy Yghemonos (Eurocarers) and Zoe Hughes (Care Alliance Ireland).Read more about Podcast- The EU Care Strategy: a watershed moment for unpaid carers and care workers across Europe?
A new CARE MATTERS podcast episode hosted by Dr Rachael Black, with special guests Liz Naylor and Chris Sterry, exploring the ‘invisibilities’ of Social Care.Read more about CARE MATTERS podcast- The Invisibilities of Social Care: perspectives from unpaid carers
Dr Duncan Fisher welcomes Professor Teppo Kröger, to talk about Teppo’s recent publication, ‘Care Poverty: When Older People’s Needs Remain Unmet’.Read more about CARE MATTERS podcast- Care poverty: in conversation with Teppo Kröger
A two-part episode of the CARE MATTERS podcast, focussing on the work being done in IMPACT (IMProving Adult Care Together).Read more about Two-part episode of the CARE MATTERS podcast, exploring the work of IMPACT – Improving Adult Care Together
Maria Cheshire-Allen (Swansea University) is joined by Irene Mortimer (Swansea Carers Centre) and Jude Dale (Dementia Friendly Swansea) in this episode of CARE MATTERS, entitled ‘The right to be me’Read more about CARE MATTERS – ‘The right to be me’