is Scotland's social services podcast presenting research, projects and events on current topics of interest to the sector.

Freshly Squeezed: Jackie Irvine, Episode 243

Freshly Squeezed
An interview with Jackie Irvine, Chief Social Work Officer and Head of Safer and Stronger Communities in the City of Edinburgh Council.

Waterbaby Arts, Episode 242
Michael McEwan chats to Ruth Foster, a tutor at Waterbaby Arts and two of the dancers involved in the Dirty Feet programme.

Duty of Candour, Episode 240
A hosted discussion on the Duty of Candour involving Scottish Social Services Council, CCPS, the Care Inspectorate and Care Concern Group.

Driving Miss Daisy, Episode 239
A driving and companion service for anyone who requires transport on a one-off or regular basis.

Social Security Scotland, Episode 236
We hear about Social Security Scotland's work to date and its ambitions for the future.

People-led Policy Panel, Episode 235
Conversation with Deirdre Henderson and Denis Shovlin about the set-up, aims and ambitions of the panel.

Generations Working Together, Episode 234
Conversation with Kate Samuels from Generations Working Together about the work it does to promote and support intergenerational practice. She also chatted to Keith Mitchell and Natalie Stewart from Glasgow’s Golden Generation; and Charlotte Craig from Impact Arts about their intergenerational work.