Wed, 09 Jun | Online Event

40 years of SDS, what we have learned

Professor Tim Stainton works at the University of British Columbia School of Social Work and is Co-Director of the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship. He is one of the most important pioneers in the field of self-directed support, working as a practitioner, a policy maker and researche
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40 years of SDS, what we have learned

Time & Location

09 Jun, 19:00 – 20:30 EEST
Online Event

About the event

Professor Tim Stainton works at the University of British Columbia School of Social Work and is Co-Director of the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship. He is one of the most important pioneers in the field of self-directed support, working as a practitioner, a policy maker and researcher. He contributed to the Seattle 2000 Declaration on Self-Determination & Individualised Funding and has advised many international initiatives on Self-Directed Support. Tim will be interviewed by Dr Simon Duffy of the Centre for Welfare Reform and Citizen Network. The session will cover:

- The long-history of Self-Directed Support - progress and struggles

- What the research tells us - and what it does not tell us

- What are we learning about successful implementation - and the hazards

The session will be presented in English, and with live Spanish translation. A recording will be made available.

Here you can sign up to the webinar. You will receive a link to the Zoom meeting after registration.

https://www.lyyti.in/Research_on_SDS_3807

Additional Information

Heidi Hautala

heidi.hautala@kvps.fi

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