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Reimagining Care: Listening and Engagement Exercise

Commission logoThe Archbishops’ Commission on Reimagining Care has launched its public engagement phase providing individuals and organisations with the opportunity to say where you think care and support is working well, but also where things need to change.

For the next few weeks, the Commission is inviting responses about care and support for adults with disabilities and those with needs in later life.  The Commission wants to hear from a wide range of individuals and organisations who have experience of care and care giving through their Listening & Engagement Exercise, which closes on 10th December 2021. The Commission, chaired by Dr Anna Dixon and the Bishop of Carlisle, hopes to hear from a wide range of voices, from all faiths and none, and would be very grateful for your involvement.

The ultimate report will have a significant role in shaping the way care and support is organised and provided in England in the future.

To share your views with the Commission using the online form, please visit the website for all the details of how to respond: Archbishops’ Commission on Reimagining Care – Listening and Engagement Exercise | The Archbishop of Canterbury

Posted on 1st November 2021 in Consultations and surveys