2 months, 6 weavers, 12 recruitment experiences, 7 potential networks, and 3 meet & chats later – and we’ve got a long way to go to answer the questions: How do we actually prompt change for friends & families in caring situations? And how do we engage people in that change process? There’s much more to prototype…
What does great living look like for people in caring roles & relationships? Our new report tells the story of the Look and Listen phase of the Caring Project, and lays out 7 opportunities for improving outcomes.
If you could improve outcomes for one group of older people who would it be? We posed the question in June. Now we can announce we’re focusing our Ageing project on caring relationships – on the caring and cared for.
Read the first paper from our new project and help us choose a focus for the next 12 months of our work at The Australian Centre for Social Innovation.
Ge-together phone groups are now live as part of Southwark Circle. You can sign up for your first phone group for free.
New York Times say Participle social enterprise shows what design has achieved in the 90′s
Teaching new facts should not be the focus of adult education. Instead, continued brain development and a richer form of learning may require that you “bump up against people and ideas” that are different.