Are you interested in new, multi-agency approaches to engage lonely and socially isolated residents?
Please join us on March 30, 2020 to learn how Bury is using Careview to address social isolation. Careview is an award-winning digital platform that has been in operation in the UK since 2016. After a year-long evaluation funded by the National Health Service, we have recieved co-funding from the European Space Agency to expand our operations from Leeds to two additional locations: Bury and Wakefield District.
As with all Careview events, this free event also includes a masterclass on how to build effective multi-agency collaboration in your city. We’ve invited pioneers from the UK and Denmark who will share innovative approaches to address loneliness: from re-imagining community outreach to encouraging people to ask for help.
Careview has been been used by Public Health teams, charities and Fire and Rescue Services to discover and re-engage vulnerable residents such as older people and newly arrived migrants with their local communities. If you are interested in running a subsidised Careview pilot in your city, you’ll have an opportunity to have a relaxed and friendly conversation with the team.
Who Should Attend?
This event is suitable for digital, communications, policy and research professionals from mid-to-large public and third sector organisations.
About Our Host:
This event is hosted by Bury Council.The venue is: Peel Room, Elizabethan Suite Bury Town Hall, BL9 0SW. It is accessed from the main steps at the side of the Town Hall.
|0930||Arrival and coffee|
Councillor Trevor Holt, Mayor of Bury
How we built a people-powered platform to tackle loneliness
|1015||Taking an ABCD approach to tackle loneliness
Mick Ward, Leeds City Council
|1030||How we’re encouraging people to ask for help
Mia Olesen, Aarhus City Council
|1100||3 ways to build multi-agency collaboration in your city|
Register your place:
The workshop is free. Places are limited and will be offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. More than one person from an organisation is welcome to attend, but everyone must register individually.