We invite renowned national experts to give talks on topical issues.
The lectures are open to our staff, service users and partners – plus anyone who’s interested and would like to join us.
The session includes time for questions and discussion.
Co-production and technology: putting people at the heart of care – with Dr Olajide Tuesday 25 February, 10.30am, Bay20, 71 St Marks Road W10 6JG
Wednesday 16 October, 10am, Bay 20, 71 St Marks Road (W10)
How intensive interaction can support advocacy – with Janet Gurney
Monday 21 August, 10am, St Joseph Hospice (E8)
Hoarding behaviours – putting hoarding care into the Care Act – with Megan Karnes
Monday 22 July, 10am, St Joseph Hospice (E8)
Advocates kicking ass or sucking eggs – Are you making effective challenges under the Care Act – with Kate Mercer
Wednesday 26 June, 10am, Bay 20, Ladbroke Grove (W10)
What does the future hold? Trends in advocacy – with Gail Petty
Tuesday 14 May, 10am, St Joseph’s Hospice (E8)
Advocacy, local democracy and scrutiny – with Jacqui McKinlay
11 March, 11.30am, St Joseph’s Hospice (E8)
Grandpa on a Skateboard: mental capacity – with Tim Farmer
16 January, 10am, Migrants Organise Hall (W10)
Sensory & physical disabilities: what people need – with Jamie Renton
13 December, 10am, The Tabernacle (W11)
Grenfell recovery: grassroots activism – with Joe Batty
8 November, 10am, St Charles Square
Putting service users at the heart of everything – with Bernie Flaherty
16 October, 11am, St Charles Square
About the Mental Health Act – with Alex Ruck Keene