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  • @CarolineSpeirs @TLAP1 @figgins39 And control of money only leads to choice if there are things to choose from...th… https://t.co/XgFyLFPCSSAbout 3 hours ago
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Exciting new community enterprise project in Central Bedfordshire

Community Catalysts are excited to start a new partnership with Central Bedfordshire Council. The ambition of the Council is for residents of Central Bedfordshire to live in their own home, enjoy good health, be safe, independent and play a full …

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Funky Fitness and Fun ten years on

The long-term impact of targeted support from Community Catalysts Carita Smith was one of the very first entrepreneurs that Community Catalysts had the privilege to support. We love what she does and it has been a delight to see Funky …

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Glimpses of a new social care future…

Sian has risen to Martin Routledge’s challenge to set out a new vision for social care. As she says – there are glimpses everywhere. Now we just need to find some brave authorities prepared  to take all of this learning …

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Good Help

We were delighted to be able to contribute examples of ‘good help’ to the report published by NESTA this week: Good and bad help: How purpose and confidence transform lives This article in the Guardian explores further some of the …

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Beyond Direct Payments

A new publication by Dr Simon Duffy and Angela Catley from Community Catalysts was published today by Think Local Act Personal (TLAP). Personalisation was never meant to be about just spending a budget; instead it was supposed to focus on …

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