The City of Edinburgh Council and NHS Lothian worked collaboratively with carer organisations and carers themselves to redefine their strategic approach to commissioning support services for carers. The development of its three years Joint Carers Strategy for 2014-2017 involved using logic modelling to create a focus for consultation with carers on priorities and support required.
The seminar is being held on two consecutive day’s and delegates can choose one which suits their diary commitments. Date’s: Monday 15th June Edinburgh (AM & PM) & Tuesday 16th June Glasgow (AM & PM) These seminars will take their definition of SDS as being linked to delivery of independent living (however defined) through the […]
Exciting new materials are now available from A Stitch in Time? demonstrating the contribution of the third sector towards reshaping care for older people and lessons to learn for work across wider adult services.
The Stitch in Time Model identifies six key outcomes to which the third sector contributes. This range of Focus On documents takes a deeper look at the work which helps make a difference to older people in our communities through helping them to: Stay socially connected with family and friends Stay positive and in control throughout transition periods in […]
Optimising Older People’s Quality of Life NHS Health Scotland has developed an Outcomes Framework for Older People, working with the Scottish Government’s Reshaping Care policy team, Analytical Services, the Joint Improvement Team and local partnerships. The work is closely linked to the ‘Stitch in Time’ project led by Evaluation Support Scotland on the third sector […]