We would like to invite you to the “Investing in long-term care: A social investment approach” event on 9 November 2017 in London, organised by the SPRINT Project, with the objective to discuss social investment, investment in long-term care and assessment of social investments in long-term care.
What is “social investment” and how can it support improvements to long-term care for older people through new ways of funding and service development? Social investment “involves strengthening people’s current and future capacities” and helping people to ‘prepare’ for life’s risks rather than simply repairing the consequences. The SPRINT project is exploring how this could be applied to the provision of long-term care across Europe.
We invite you to learn from the many high level speakers what their views are and welcome your active participation in the discussion on all these topics and to extract from project examples what best practices we need to retain.
The event will be hosted by the London School of Economics and Political Science.
The workshop is open to social policy experts, academics, representatives of social care organizations and social impact investors, public and local authorities involved in the provision and resourcing of long-term care and in social investments. People who are likely to find it most interesting would be those involved in the provision of long-term care services.