Historically, the co-operative movement has grown through ‘principle 6’ (co-ops supporting each other) - with that in mind, during its start-up phases Co-operative Care Colne Valley (CCCV) has had an eye on its potential futures, and how the innovative model of care might be scaled into other communities for wider benefit and impact through a future federation.
Our May webinar offered an opportunity to learn more about, discuss and consider Fair Care - a framework for just and fair care for everyone involved!
In our April webinar a few members of our staff team and the board shared their thoughts about how the first few weeks of working in our community had gone. We also heard our user members' take on why they had chosen to get support from us and what their thoughts were after the first few weeks of us working together.
We're glad to share our March webinar recording with some of the questions from those who joined us as well. Our speaker this time was Cliff Mills and the session was chaired by our own Graham.
Our second webinar in 2020 explored different models of care delivery with speakers from three different organisations which have been on different journeys and used different approaches to provide care.
Sharing Care webinars have been attended by colleagues from councils around the country who need to ensure high quality social care is available to their residents.
On Saturday 23rd January we were speaking at the webinar hosted by South West Peninsula Co-operative Party Council and Devon Local Campaign Forum.
The session was recorded and has been kindly shared with us. Enjoy!
The previous blog about us joining the session & the programme are here.
At Sharing Care January webinar we looked at what have been the main strengths and advantages that have got us to the point of now being business ready and also have talked through the barriers and challenges we have faced and what we have learnt from them.
Here is a summary of key points from our speakers.
Here's Graham, Founding Member at Co-operative Care Colne Valley and the current chair offering an overview of the set up journey.
On Saturday 23rd January we are speaking at the webinar hosted by South West Peninsula Co-operative Party Council and Devon Local Campaign Forum.
The webinar will run from 2pm-4pm, have a look at the programme below and if you are interested in joining us get in touch with Saxon Spence to book your place: email@example.com