Living it Up describes itself as an online self-management hub, which aims to empower people to improve their health and wellbeing. Aimed at the over 50s, the resource is packed full of ideas and activities and is useful for those with long-term health conditions, those who provide care and anyone who wants to improve their health, wellbeing and quality of life. It is driven by a collaborative community approach.
Explores the relationship between learning disabilities and mental health for young people during the transitional period.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 17 Dec 2018
Explores some of the less commonly included evidence from systematic reviews and literature reviews on age and social isolation.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 25 Jun 2018
Explores evidence around the outcomes of involvement in social enterprises for young people with additional support needs.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 14 May 2018
Examines a wide-range of materials on how community-based interventions have been effective in supporting young people's social and emotional wellbeing.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 4 Apr 2018
Focuses on evidence of the indirect impact on children from living with the effect of adult to adult coercive control.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 19 Mar 2018
a collaborative action research project brought together stakeholders (across Scotland and Wales) with a shared interest: adopting a focus on personal outcomes in health, social care and other human services.
Published in Features on 13 Oct 2016
Lisa Curtice, Programme Director, People Powered Health and Wellbeing speaks about the programme and their experiences of co-production and improvement methodology as approaches.
Published in Iriss.fm on 27 Aug 2015
Published in Features on 4 Jun 2015
Renfrewshire Association for Mental Health (RAMH) celebrates 25 years of providing support. Michael McEwan speaks to Karen Milne who tells us about RAMH and launch of the celebrations.
Published in Iriss.fm on 21 Apr 2015
Information about PASDA, a charity that offers support to parents, partners and siblings of adults with autistic spectrum conditions.
Published in Iriss.fm on 17 Mar 2015