06/10/2009: Livability: Conservative Party Conference Event
Tuesday, 6 October 2009
Conservative Party Conference Event, Manchester
Personalised care services...who knows best? Real freedom or care on the cheap?'
In partnership with the Disabilities Trust
Chair - Jenni Russell, journalist and broadcaster
Mark Harper MP, Shadow Minister for Disabled People
Barry Oldham, Chief Executive, The Disabilities Trust
Mary Bishop, Chief Executive, Livability
Tuesday 6th October
18:00 to 19:30
Palace 4, Palace Hotel
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