Resource Area

This resource area contains documents, presentations and publications relating to the Citizens' Assembly for Northern Ireland

Recommendations and Resolutions

Briefing Papers

An Introduction to Adult Social Care in Northern Ireland. Professor Ann Marie Gray, Dr Alexandra Chapman, Professor Derek Birrell

Glossary of Terms

Case Study: Dementia Friendly Communities

Contributor Q&A

At the conclusion of the Service Providers panel at the Citizens’ Assembly on Sunday 28 October, members had questions that the panellists did not have time to respond to.
The Citizens’ Assembly team compiled these questions and passed them onto the panellists for them to answer. Panellists returned their answers to be made available to the Citizens’ Assembly members prior to the second weekend.

Q&A with Northern Ireland Social Care Council

Q&A with Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health

Contributor Presentations

Click the links below to view or download the presentations given to the members of the Citizens' Assembly by contributors during Weekend 1

Framing Presentation:
What is Adult Social Care?
Dr Alexandra Chapman
Ulster University

What are the key challenges for Northern Ireland?
Eddie Lynch
Commissioner for Older People

Framing Presentation: How Social Care is currently provided in NI
Alexandra Chapman
Ulster University

Framing Presentation:
Taking the long view on ageing
Dr Gemma Carney
QUB

Advocacy Perspective:
What needs to be improved?
Eithne Gilligan and Paschal McKeown
Age NI

Advocacy Perspective:
What needs to be improved?
Clare-Anne Magee
Carers NI

Advocacy Perspective:
What needs to be improved?
Emma Weaver
Inspire Wellbeing

Framing Presentation:
The context of service delivery
Dr Alexandra Chapman
Ulster University

Service Provider Perspective:
Challenges & options for sustainability
Charlotte McArdle
DoH

Service Provider Perspective:
Challenges & options for sustainability
Pauline Shepherd
IHCP

Service Provider Perspective:
Challenges & options for sustainability
Patricia Higgins
NISCC

Further reading

‘Myths, scientific evidence, and economic policy in an aging world’

‘Unmasking the ‘elderly mystique’: why it is time to make the personal political in ageing research’

‘Toward a gender politics of aging’

Northern Ireland Single Assessment Tool (NISAT)