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Formal meeting (oral evidence session): Adult Social Care

Adult Social Care Committee
Adult Social Care

Monday 27 June 2022

Start times: 3.15pm (private) 3.45pm (public)


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Experts by experience to give evidence to Lords Adult Social Care Committee

On Monday, 27 June, the Adult Social Care Committee will hold evidence sessions with individuals who draw on social care and unpaid carers to test its early findings based on the evidence received so far during its inquiry. These experts by experience were originally invited to give evidence at the beginning of the Committee’s inquiry, and have been invited back now, towards the end of the Committee’s inquiry.

  • This evidence session is due to be held remotely and streamed on Parliament TV.
  • The Committee’s work can be followed on its website and via Twitter.

Meeting details

At 3.15pm: Private discussion
Inquiry Adult Social Care
At 3.45pm: Oral evidence
Inquiry Adult Social Care
Expert by experience
Expert by experience
Expert by experience
At 4.40pm: Oral evidence
Inquiry Adult Social Care
Expert by experience
Expert by experience
At 5.35pm: Private discussion
Inquiry Adult Social Care

Themes for discussion

  • Proposals for improving how, and when, carers are identified in the adult social care system;
  • Proposals for improving information and advice to support carers to navigate the adult social care system;
  • Proposals for improving unpaid carers’ experience of the discharge process;
  • Proposals for supporting unpaid carers to remain, or return, to work.
  • Proposals for expanding asset-based or strength-based approaches to adult social care;
  • Proposals for improving information and advice to support individuals to navigate the adult social care system;
  • Proposals for expanding the Personal Assistant (PA) model of adult social care; and
  • Proposals for improving, and expanding, accessible housing.

Further information

Location

Virtual meeting (webcast)