Duncan Fisher and Suliyat O’Balogun explore established perceptions of home care provision, and how these perceptions inspired Suliyat to start her own home care business in 2023 with a different model.Read more about Podcast- Elevating home care: a new provider challenges perceptions
We are delighted to welcome Richard Humphries to Care Matters to discuss his recent book, ‘Ending the Social Care Crisis: A New Road to Reform’. Hosted by Dr Duncan Fisher.Read more about Podcast- Ending the Social Care Crisis: In conversation with Richard Humphries
We are delighted to welcome to Care Matters; Nancy Folbre, Naomi Lightman and Shereen Hussein to Care Matters. In this episode, hosted by Duncan Fisher, our guests discuss the devaluation and underpayment of care work.Read more about Podcast- Undervaluing the Work of Care
At the Centre for Care, we are about to embark on fieldwork to examine some of the ongoing and recent examples of care worker organising in England.Read more about Care worker organising – where is it at, and where does it go from here?
The Centre for Care’s Duncan Fisher and Rosie Mockett from The Care Workers’ Charity reflect on the attracting, recruiting and retaining younger care workers session at the recent Care ShowRead more about Reasons to be cheerful? Young people within the present and future adult social care workforce
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
Duncan Fisher explores how the current cost of living crisis is impacting care workers as he outlines the compelling case for them to be given a pay rise and greater financial security.Read more about The urgency of increasing care worker pay