Friday 10th July – Social Care
(Sold Out) How do you make sense of your experiences of supporting people in recent months? Have you had to be radical in reaching the people? How have you balanced this with safety? How does this inform the future?
Life has changed, work has changed, we have changed. But can we learn from our experiences? How can we use what’s happened to build the future we want to see? What are the lessons from lockdown?
To answer these questions, we’re holding a series of online, facilitated conversations open to those who want to challenge the status quo, learn from each other’s discoveries, and influence what happens next.
Open to anyone working in Social Care, we’ll discuss how lockdown has affected us and the people and communities we work to support, how we’ve had to change, and whether that means our purpose, boundaries and relationships have had to change too.
How will it work?
Through a series of facilitated discussions via Zoom. We’ll start things off with a short presentation for context. We’ll then move on to a series of reflective questions, posed to small groups in facilitated breakout rooms.
What’s in it for me?
Sharing experiences, and listening to those of others, can be both affirming and activating. Our aim is through hearing and telling our collective experiences we bring what is possible into a greater awareness to inspire and create collective action and social change.
We can contribute to a social movement that builds more equal and connected services and communities in Wales. We will be reporting back on the cross-cutting themes that emerge from the Lessons from Lockdown discussions.
When is it?
July 10th, 2020. 1:00pm – 2:30pm.
Got something to share but can’t make the event?
Share your experiences with us at email@example.com
- Email: LFL@platfform.org