"The first of February marked Dignity Action Day, an annual opportunity for health and social care professionals and members of the public to raise awareness of people's rights to dignity. There are over 40,000 Dignity Champions across the country who believe care services should be compassionate and person-centred. The Champions pledge to challenge poor care and act as good role models. Dignity Action Day, organised by the Dignity in Care Network, is a time where local communities can come together to hold events and activities that promote and celebrate dignity..."
To read more about Age UK's involvement in the day - and learn about the Dignity Commission - see the full blog at the link below.