On Friday 9 June, Scottish Government launched the new National Health and Social Care Standards: My support, my life.
Sarah Mitchell Programme Director for the Active and Independent Living Improvement Programme and Susan Kelso AHP Lead for Early Intervention (Scottish Government) spoke to Iriss.fm about the programme and the LifeCurve Survey.
Jamie Andrew, mountaineer, adventurer and author tells his personal story of surviving an avalanche on the Les Droites mountain in the French Alps. He speaks about dealing with the life-changing challenges that followed and reaching his goals.
Introduced by Donald Macleod, Conference Chair.
Recorded at the 10th International Short Break Association conference, 13–15 September 2016, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Don Williamson, ISBA President, explains the background to the biennial ISBA conference that was held 13–15 September 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The theme was 'Unlocking the potential of short breaks'.
In this episode, Michael McEwan speaks to Alison Cairns, Chief Executive of Bipolar Scotland, about what the supports and services the organisation provides.
In 2012, Iriss undertook a project focused on understanding how an assets based approach could improve mental health and well-being within East Dunbartonshire, focusing specifically on Kirkintilloch.
A roundtable discussion on the topic of Appreciative inquiry (AI) - a complement to Iriss' evidence summary: Insight 33 - Forming new futures through appreciative inquiry which launched on 17th October 2016.