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In Tough Times, We Need Visions of Hope

Updated: Dec 22, 2020

Even in times of enormous upheaval and loss, there are always glimmers of hope. We have seen an explosion in mutual aid, the popping up of innovative forms of online support, and organisations finding agility they never thought they had to bring care to people.

Because we care about one another

For all its enormous hardships, the past few months have demonstrated that we do care about one another, that we want to be together and to pull through this together. This, rather than ‘caring for the vulnerable’ is the ethic on which to build a sustainable future for social care. A recast approach to social care can be an engine of community, part of, not apart from this wider web of reciprocal relationships of support that make up and sustain us all. If successful it can also play a starring role in the next chapter of our shared national story.

Together, we can build a brighter social care future.

If you need to speak to someone about anything at all, please consider contacting our office: 01708 851325.

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