TEC Programme – Overview of Year One Activity

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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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Community Links Project Update, Midlothian

Examples of Practice

The Community Links Project’s aim is to provide support for isolated older people, aged over 65 years, living in the Midlothian area to enable them to stay connected to their local community and maintain and build on existing social networks and opportunities.

The full Community Links Project, Midlothian Example of Practice (Update) is available here  It is an update of the original Example of Practice published in 2013, which can be accessed here

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A Stitch in Time? – Evidence and Case Studies

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Third Sector Evidence and Organisational Case Studies A Stitch in Time? has completed a number of evidence reviews and organisational case studies as well as commissioning pieces of research. These support commissioners and third sector organisations to better understand what works and to better improve the outcomes which matter to people in our local communities. […]

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Hospital In Reach

Examples of Practice

  • Identifying Midlothian residents that have been admitted to one of the Edinburgh hospitals.
  • Outcomes focussed assessment to determine if they can facilitate an earlier discharge either to Highbank Intermediate Care facility or home with a package of care and/or rehab.
  • Assessment to facilitate earlier discharge to care homes where appropriate.

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Embedding Personal Outcomes in Practice

Examples of Practice

Embedding Personal Outcomes workshops using the sound slides from Sliding Doors that were developed by SSSC and NES.  The sessions used real life actors from Strange Theatre using the scripts that were written by Forum Interactive for SSSC and NES.  The main objective of the workshops has been to give staff time and space to consider the effect of their actions at ‘turning points’ in peoples’ lives and to consider how they may step back and avoid ‘fixing’ and really listen to the outcomes that individuals want to achieve.

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