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Later Life: planning for an ageing population

Later Life: Planning for an Ageing Population
27th January 2011, The Barbican, London

The Department of Health has recently published its 'Vision for Adult Social Care', setting out the government's plans for reforming social care. The report from the Commission for the Funding of Care and Support will aim to answer the key question of how health and social care for the elderly should be paid for.

At Later Life: planning for an ageing population, the future of health and social care for our elderly population will be considered by key speakers from across the sectors.

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Speakers Include:

Professor Tom Kirkwood, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Institute for Ageing and Health, University of Newcastle

Shaun Gallagher, Director of Social Care Policy, Department of Health

Cllr David Rogers, Chair, Community Wellbeing Board, Local Government Association

Jackie Marshall-Cyrus, Lead Specialist in Assisted Living, Technology Strategy Board
Chris Horlick, Managing Director of Care, Partnership
Guy Robertson, Joint Head of Programme, Ageing Well Programme, Local Government Improvement and Development
Debbie Sorkin, Head of Membership, National Skills Academy for Social Care

Andrew Harrop, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, Age UK

Full details of the programme can be found here


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Sean Widdop
Marketing Executive
PSCA International - Manchester

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