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Showcasing Community Social Work
Scottish Government initiative, bringing care-experienced young people aged 14-25 into the strategic planning of care services.
Iriss.fm, Episode 199
Michael McEwan speaks to Linda Mitchell from the Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) about the week's activities.
Showcasing Community Social Work
Active ageing groups, run by and for older people, help over 700 people a week stay active and connected to their community.
ESSS Outline
Summarises evidence relating to participation frameworks for children and young people in social care, including examples of good practice as well as specific contexts, such as in child protection,…
Evidence Review
This evidence review was commissioned by Life Changes Trust to explore the evidence around the contribution of community-led approaches to social care and support to human rights and equalities…
ESSS Outline
Explores the involvement of service users in quality assurance and service evaluation processes and identifies potential benefits and approaches to service user participation.
Showcasing Community Social Work
A family worker at the Citadel Youth Centre opened up a community based support to families previously reluctant to engage with professional services.
Showcasing Community Social Work
A peer mentoring and support network initiated by the Asylum and Roma Children and Families Team at Glasgow City Council, and co-produced with the young people themselves.
conversation openers
A tool to support practitioners, individually and in groups, reflect on their views and values when continuing to care for young people who are leaving care.
Iriss.fm, Episode 198
Michael McEwan speaks to Debbie and Megan from I Am Me, a community charity, which is focused on raising awareness of disability hate crime.