TEC Programme – Overview of Year One Activity

Resource

This short paper provides an overview of investment released in 2015/16, grouped where possible into investment themes, and sets out some of the key areas of national activity, including that progressed under the Improvement Programme. TEC Programme – Overview of Year One Activity (July 2015)  

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More Than a Roof – Aspire Housing and Personal Development Services

Examples of Practice

This an Example of Practice illustrating how initiatives and ways of working in housing, housing support and homelessness services have significant positive impact on the health and wellbeing of those people being supported and contribute towards the nine national health and wellbeing outcomes for Integration.

This example focusses on the outcomes being achieved through the pathway created by its Direct Access and Resettlement Service in Glasgow and centres on James who had been evicted from his tenancy and stayed with a friend before moving into Aspire’s Direct Access Service.  He had a problem with budgeting and issues with addiction, consuming on average 10 pints of lager per day. James did not initially perceive his alcohol consumption as being an issue. However, over time he decided that it was something he would like to address.

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Inspiration Today: Hope for Tomorrow

Event

This one day conference aims to provide encouragement to all those interested in supporting individuals to have more of a sense of meaning and purpose in their lives. The organisers have gathered together real examples of grassroots collaborative action to inspire us and they will explore how we can work together at community level to tackle […]

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Dementia Post Diagnosis Support

Examples of Practice

Supporting people with a new diagnosis of dementia and their relatives/carers to be better informed about the condition, to understand the support available to them, and to plan for their future care.

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Supporting Carers

Examples of Practice

We were trying to prevent crisis in caring, in recognition that often older people require institutional care, as carers are no longer able to cope.

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