Save the Date – Co-operation: Your Social Care Future

In the past few months, Care to Co-operate has held an open discussion on what Social Care Co-operatives in Wales will look like in the future.  You and other participants gave great opinions such as “social care needs more public support” and “you can create better care by co-operating rather than by competing.” To help shape… Read More Save the Date – Co-operation: Your Social Care Future

Save the Date – Co-operation: Your Social Care Future

In the past few months, Care to Co-operate has held an open discussion on what Social Care Co-operatives in Wales will look like in the future.  You and other participants gave great opinions such as “social care needs more public support” and “you can create better care by co-operating rather than by competing.” To help shape… Read More Save the Date – Co-operation: Your Social Care Future

Save the Date – Co-operation: Your Social Care Future

In the past few months, Care to Co-operate has held an open discussion on what Social Care Co-operatives in Wales will look like in the future.  You and other participants gave great opinions such as “social care needs more public support” and “you can create better care by co-operating rather than by competing.” To help shape… Read More Save the Date – Co-operation: Your Social Care Future

Mapping Loneliness At The Hyper-Local Level (And New Research On Young People And Loneliness)

Defining and measuring loneliness isn’t an easy task, primarily because it’s subjective in nature. This research used an index to measure loneliness among older people in by small areas within one London borough, Southwark (the technical term for the areas measured is Lower-layer Super Output Areas). Southwark was selected as a testbed for the methodology.… Read More Mapping Loneliness At The Hyper-Local Level (And New Research On Young People And Loneliness)