Due to the success of our first Creative Support Planning are offering the session again.
How can we come up with creative ways to help people to live the kind of life they'd like to lead?
In this workshop we'll work together to consider some real, anonymised examples of people in Bradford who have been through the social care assessment process so that they could be offered an Individual Account.
We'll consider the outcomes that they said they'd like to achieve (in terms of independence, social interaction etc) and we'll also see how much money they were allocated. We'll then work in small groups to consider creative ways that they could achieve their outcomes, whilst staying within budget.
We can then compare our ideas with what they actually received - and discuss any issues that this raises.
We hope that this event will be of interest to any organisations in Bradford who are interested in exploring how people could be supported through the support planning and brokerage processes. It might help us to identify how we could make a difference - and also stimulate ideas for services which aren't currently available.
This is a repeat of the first session and will be covering the same information, If you attended the first session you will not need to attend this one.
If you'd like to come along, please click on the Register link above.
Arrivals and refreshments from 9.30am.
When & Where
Social Business Brokers
Social Business Brokers was set up as a Community Interest Company in 2010 by Leeds-based social entrepreneurs Gill Coupland and Rob Greenland.
Gill is also a founding director of Angels Housekeeping, whilst Rob has run The Social Business since 2005.