Housing for an ageing population: the case for home adaptation

Housing for an ageing population: the case for home adaptation

21 January, 2019

Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD

This event is free to attend, all are welcome, the event is currently at capacity but a waiting list is available via the register link on the right.

Agenda

10.00  Registration

10.30   Welcome from Professor Jim McEwen, Chair, Dunhill Medical Trust and Professor Robin Means, Chair Management Board, Care & Repair England

10.45   Juliet Morris, Project Manager, Care & Repair Cymru

11.05   Rachael Docking, Senior Evidence Manager, Centre for Ageing Better

11.30   Panel discussion  and audience Q&A

Chaired by Jeremy Porteus, Chief Executive, Housing LIN

Chris Jones, Chief Executive, Care & Repair Cymru

Sue Adams OBE, Chief Executive, Care & Repair England

Rachael Docking, Senior Evidence Manager, Centre for Ageing Better

12.15    LUNCH

13.00    Introductions of selection panel

Chaired by Professor Robin Means, Chair Management Board, Care & Repair England

John Ransford, Trustee, Dunhill Medical Trust

Anna Dixon, Chief Executive, Centre for Ageing Better

Julia Park, Head of Housing Research, Levitt Bernstein

Sarah Pickup, OBE Deputy Chief Executive, Local Government Association

Bill Rollinson, MBE, Leeds Older People’s Forum

Professor Martin Vernon, National Clinical Director for Older People and Person Centred Integrated Care, NHS England

13.15    Short-listed applicant presentations to main panel

15.15    Refreshment break (for panel deliberations)

15.45    Awarding of grant(s)

A copy of the agenda can be downloaded here

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