Building resilient and connected communities

One of my last public events for Shared Lives Plus will be this conversation with a unique panel of internationally acclaimed speakers: Cormac Russell, Georgie Lee, Clenton Farquharson and Shared Lives Plus Ambassadors will be sharing their views on what makes communities work better for everyone.

Wednesday 10 November, 2PM
Shared Lives Plus Conference (online)
Book your free ticket now!
Cormac Russell is an internationally renowned speaker on community development. Cormac is a provocative and passionate speaker whose main question is: How can we help people to live a good life? Instead of trying to right what’s wrong within a community, Cormac argues we need to start with what’s strong. We need to help people discover what gifts they have and to use those gifts to enrich those around them. Read more about Cormac Russell
Georgie Lee is a respected innovator, showing how cross-generational innovation is central to social and economic change. She co-founded the pioneering social enterprise, The Age of No Retirement, championing a society where age doesn’t define people. Read more about Georgie Lee
Clenton Farquharson MBE is Chair of the Think Local Act Personal partnership board, SCIE trustee, member of the Coalition for Personalised Care, and a member of the Social Care Sector COVID-19 Stakeholder Group. He is also a member of the NHS Assembly, acting chair of Quality Matters, a trustee of the Race Equality Foundation and ambassador for Disability Rights UK. He is a director of Community Navigator Services CIC and a Skills for Care ambassador. is a disabled person with lived experience of health and social care. He employs his own personal assistant and looks after his 85 year old mum’s personal budget. Read more about Clenton Farquharson
Shared Lives Plus Ambassadors: we’ll be hearing from Ambassadors who have lived experience of social care who have compelling stories to tell about what could help make our world kinder and stronger. Registration for this seminar is now open. 
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