Date(s) - 15/09/2017
9:00 am - 4:45 pm
Annual Conference and AGM at Friends House London
“Hidden Discrimination: Equality for All”
Our Conference highlights include:
» How to support people living with the effects of Dementia: Dr Hilda Hayo, CEO Dementia UK
» Multisensory experience of disability and disease at the end of life and how migration and cultural and language differences can affect dying: Dr Yasmin Gunaratnam, Sociology Dept, Goldsmiths College
» Members presentations with a Q & A session to include:
– Learning Disabilities – considerations, challenges and initiatives – Jason Davidson, Manager of Supportive Care Services, Marie Curie and Chair, PCPLD Network
– Local homeless services based on the St. Mungo evidence base – Jutta Widlake, Head of Social Care, St Luke’s Hospice, Plymouth
– Work with sex offenders – Sharing information – Wendy Ashton, Hospice Social Worker, Eden Valley Hospice & Jigsaw, Cumbria’s Children’s Hospice
» And our finale: “Learning How to Die” – Luca Rutherford
– This is a show about death. It’s not a show about being sad. Or about grief. Or pity. This is a show about the actuality of dying and how an acceptance of mortality can drive a passion for life.
» Our conference gives you the opportunity to network with colleagues from around the UK.
» Coffee/tea will be available from 09:00 . The conference will start at approximately 09:45 and finish at 16:45.
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£60.00 Day Delegate rate
Non – Members:
£90.00 Day Delegate rate
Travel bursaries are available.
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