A focus on personal outcomes – making sure that public services are designed to deliver what people want – is a central plank of national policy, in line with the Christie Commission report and the Scottish Government’s response. Read More
The Church of Scotland is providing workshops to support the process of making church dementia-friendly. Church is often a pivotal part of people’s lives, that helps people to stay connected with friends and community, as well as helping to meet spiritual needs. More details and booking info can be found here
This study looks at outc0mes-based carers’ assesment and how best this might be achieved. It documents the approach taken by two different organisations and highlights information from both carers and workers. It is a joint publication between Midlothian Council Community Care Team and VOCAL, Midlothian Carers Centre
On April 23rd 2014 the Joint Improvement Team, the Scottish Co-production Network, the ALLIANCE, Skilled Workers, Skilled Citizens invited over 200 guests to to the 3rd National Co-production Conference in Scotland. See more information by clicking on the box below.