In the run-up to the Government’s Autumn Statement, we want to enable as many people as possible to share their view of what good care is.

We need to attract public support in order to help us protect funding for social care.

However, the general public can be confused about what social care is, what is does and who pays for it.  Adult Social Care is not just for the elderly – too often people forget that care can be needed at any stage of a person’s adult life.

Our end goal is to present a wealth of postcards to Parliament demonstrating what good social care is, what it means to people with support needs, and what will be lost if the cuts to funding continue.

What you can do

You can submit a postcard by printing it off online, building one using our website or submitting a video you've uploaded on YouTube. We're looking for postcards from a variety of people.

You could:

  • Have a disability; such as learning disabilities, mental health needs, physical disabilities or other impairments
  • Be a relative or carer of someone who is affected by disability
  • Work with disabled people
  • Want to support the rights of people with disabilities or mental health needs to be heard.

You can also sign up to our e-newsletter to hear more about the campaign as it develops or #TellPhil why social care should be funded.

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