We are delighted to launch Phase 2 of Scottish Care’s ‘Collective Care Future’ programme. The programme has been building on the learning from COVID-19 to collectively explore the future of social care. Phase one focused on understanding the pandemic experience across the independent social care sector. We produced a series of emerging insights and developed a futures perspective paper, ‘What if and why not?’, shaped by our engagements from Phase 1.
In Phase 2 we are continuing to collectively build a vision for the future that enables wider dialogue around key actions, people and infrastructure required to enable change. We have collaborated with AndThen, a design strategy studio, to design Phase 2 where we hope to support diverse groups to imagine possible and positive futures resulting in a tangible and engaging output to help facilitate action and change.
There are lots of ways to be involved in Phase 2:
Help us build an aspirational vision, by taking a couple of minutes to share your ambitions for the future of social care: https://studioandthen.typeform.com/to/oHbVvDUN
And/or take part in a 2-part futures workshop which will take place in January 2021. Sign up to the workshops here: Care Futures Phase 2 Engagement Sessions – Scottish Care
Look out for further updates and engagement opportunities early in the New Year.
For more information visit: https://scottishcare.org/project/collective-care-future/
Or contact: [email protected]