This is the third blog in a series on how National Voices members are enabling person-centred care. View other blogs in the series.
Verena Hewat, Community Outreach and Training Lead at Compassion in Dying explains how they have been working with Portuguese-speaking communities in Lambeth to make end-of-life care more person-centred.
The NHS England National Clinical Director for Dementia, Professor Alistair Burns, tells how a growing network of health and care staff are supporting elderly people to stay independent, keep well and get home quickly after a spell in hospital.
Natalie Castro currently runs the Befriending Plus project for One Westminster that supports many older people living in the borough through its network of volunteer befrienders. The aim is to improve the lives of older people and help them remain as independent as possible.
CJ Marshall MCIPR is Senior Public Affairs and Media Officer Future Care Capital, a national charity committed to engaging, educating and involving every generation in the development and delivery of unified health and care provision.