A Christian for over 40 years, Professor Keith Brown is the founding Director of the National Centre for Post Qualifying Social Work and Professional practice. Keith is a Faith in Later Life Ambassador and works regularly with Faith in Later Life, Jubilee Plus and Neighbourhood Prayer network. Keith has produced guidance for Christian organisations including ‘Supporting and Valuing Older People’, ‘Safeguarding Adults for the Church’, and ‘Preventing Stress and Burnout within Christian Ministry’. Keith is a member of Above Bar Church in Southampton.
Keith is currently the Chair of the Safeguarding Adults National Network and leads the National research into financial fraud and scams with the Chartered Trading Standards Institute and the National Scams team. He has researched and published widely in the area of Mental Capacity and its implications for professional practice. Keith is a regular commentator for the BBC on welfare issues, is a leading expert in his fields, and has written over 35 textbooks used as key texts by Health and Social Care Professionals.
Dave is a former trustee of Keswick Convention who served in various way including youth and programming. After a lifelong and continuing interest in youth ministry he is now working on ‘Active Retirement’ issues and is the ambassador for AfterWorkNet. He is married to Heather and serves as Honorary Associate Minister at Christ Church Winchester.
Pippa is Pastoral Care and Seniors Coordinator at Holy Trinity Church, Claygate in Surrey. She is an Occupational Therapist by training and worked for many years in the NHS specialising in neuro-rehabilitation and care of the elderly.
Rev Roger Hitchings
Roger has spent almost 50 years working with older people, with Age UK and then in full-time pastoral ministry. Roger speaks and writes around how understanding Bible teaching should enhance the way we minister with people in their later years.
David is a Christian counsellor/psychotherapist who, in the past, has served as a pastor, as a theological college lecturer, and in business. Over recent years he has worked extensively with those suffering from dementia and in bereavement support. He is married to Sue, has three adult daughters, and is a member at St Ebbe’s church in Oxford.
Who is it for?
Church leaders and anyone involved in leading ministry with older people.
Cost and Registration
The cost of this online event is:
£10 per day or £25 for all 3 days
To register and pay please complete the registration form below and for further information you can contact Carolyn at email@example.com or on 017687 80075 option 4.
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