Personalisation

Self-directed support survey

Iriss.fm, Episode 174

On 21st February 2017, Iriss.fm spoke to Cathy McGregor and Lorraine Gillies from Audit Scotland about the national self-directed support survey that has been recently circulated.

ISBA 2016: Reframing respite - Maureen Flynn

Iriss.fm, Episode 171

The Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme was created in 2013, and builds on lessons learned from other countries relating to self-directed support and personalisation. It hopes to enable social and economic participation as citizens for people with disabilities with a full roll-out by 2020.

Autism and acting

Liam's career four years on

In 2012 Liam Robertson, who is on the autism spectrum, told us about his passion for TV, film and theatre and his ambition to become an actor. Liam's story is inspirational, demonstrating the importance of seeing the person, not the disability.

Pilotlight co-design team discussion

Iriss Champions network meeting

Members of the Pilotlight co-design team in Moray discuss the pathway to self-directed support for people with mental health problems. Discussion facilitated by Alison Petch.

Recorded at the Iriss annual Champions event.

Pilotlight: self-directed support for those with mental health problems

Iriss.fm, episode 58

The Social Care (Self-directed Support) (Scotland) Act 2013 goes live on the 1st April 2014 and the implementation of the National Strategy is well under way across Scotland. Pilotlight is contributing to these preparations. The project involves co-design teams of people who use and deliver services across Scotland to design pathways to self-directed support.

A collaborative consultation on the draft statutory guidance for self-directed support in Scotland

Iriss.fm, episode 47

Following the publication of the draft guidance on self-directed support, a consultation event was held on 6 June 2013 in Dunfermline, to give service providers, users of services and carers, the opportunity to air their views on the various parts of the guidance. These responses would be collated and presented as a report to Scottish Government. The day involved a series of group discussions on nine themes.

D-Cards

Difficulties, decisions, deliberations

This is a 22 process cards. Of these nine are ‘think’ cards for planning and preparing for difficult discussions, and 13 are ‘activity’ cards which present methods that can be done in a group. The cards explain what the process is, it’s purpose, how to engage in this process and what we thought did and did not work when engaging in this process. This is not a ‘how to’ guide, but a tool to help you explore new approaches and develop your own.

Self-directed support: a voyage of discovery

Evidence explorers project report

At times of change and uncertainty, evidence becomes very important to build confidence about how to put policy into practice. Although some relevant evidence exists, as it becomes the mainstream mechanism fordelivering social care, self-directed support (SDS) will bring significant new challenges and evidence needs.

SASW MHO of the Year Award – Liz Snodgrass

Iriss.fm, episode 27

Liz Snodgrass from Renfrewshire became the first winner of the SASW MHO of the Year Award in memory of Wilma MacDonald, a highly respected and loved MHO from the East End of Glasgow who died in 2009. Liz has been a social worker for many years and a practising MHO who has a wealth of experience in the field.

Digital storytelling - the parents' story - Kenny Robertson, Mary Robertson

Autism: from diagnosis to development to independence and a career…

Liam Robertson is 20 years old and has autism. His parents talk about Liam's passion for the theatre and the support they received to help Liam develop independence and obtain an NVQ2 in customer service. They also talk about the difficulties encountered in obtaining a diagnosis and their aspirations for his future.