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500,000 to lose out on disability living allowance  - Created : 17 January 2012

There are fears that up to half a million disabled people will no longer be eligible for benefits and be forced into poverty as a result of the Government's welfare reforms.

Personalisation in social care web chat  - Created : 13 January 2012

Martin Routledge from In Control and Think Local, Act Personal, co-hosted a live web chat with David Behan, Director General of Social Care for the Department of Health.

Free webinar - Personalisation: Back to Basics  - Created : 09 January 2012

This is the fourth webinar in a series of free online events for members of our Stay Connected network.

Free webinar - Checking the results of personal budgets 19 January  - Created : 09 January 2012

Checking the results of personal budgets Join us for a free webinar on 19 January 2012 at 10am to 10.30am Presented by John Waters, research and evaluation lead at In Control

Latest blog: Self-directed support - where do we go from here?  - Created : 09 January 2012

Read Martin Routledge's latest blog post here.

Government urged to save care system  - Created : 03 January 2012

Politicians from all parties have been urged to work together to find a way to overhaul the "failing" social care system in England.

Transition Alliance update  - Created : 16 December 2011

Key representatives from across the North West region have come together over the past few months to help drive the personalisation agenda forward.

Forthcoming webinars  - Created : 16 December 2011

In Control has launched an exciting new service - webinars!

Stay Connected with the latest developments in personalisation  - Created : 16 December 2011

Stay Connected is a low-cost network helping organisations to keep in touch with the latest developments in personalisation.

Research into global leaders in support practices for disabled people  - Created : 16 December 2011

A young campaigner for self-directed support has published a research paper on global leaders in support practices for disabled people for the Winston Churchill fellowship.

Last Updated : 22 May 2013. Page Author: Pam Schreier.