Thursday, 13 July, 2017
Chester Town Hall, Chester, CH1 2HJ
9:30am to 4:30pm

This interactive and engaging day will examine the role of people's lived experience from the 1940's onwards in shaping their attitudes and expectations of future service provision.

It will demonstrate how effective adult health and social care can help achieve improved well-being, mitigating isolation and loneliness in older LGBT people.

Who is the conference for?

  • Policy makers, commissionesr and local councillors with responsiblity for health and social care
  • People and organisations working with older people as clients, patients, customers and service users
  • Health and social care professionals working with older people
  • Older LGBT people and community groups who want to share their voices and experiences
  • Community, third and faith sector organisations delivering services with and for older people
  • LGBT groups who want to ensure they meet the needs of the whole community

Booking and information:

Tickets - general admission £75.00 inc lunch and refreshments

Booking : https://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/95152/chk/fefa

 

Invoicing and further information from Chris Flewitt 01270 653150 - Chris@bpcnw.co.uk

 

 

 

 

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