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 Case Studies

Chinikum Families Project - Diabetes Scotland

The Chinikum Families Project in Glasgow work with South Asian families who have one or more family members with diabetes. Delivered by Diabetes Scotland, the work is entirely focused on self management.

Aberdeen Foyer's Impact Project

Aberdeen Foyer’s Impact Project received funding from the Self Management IMPACT Fund to support adults with mental health conditions, with a specific focus on those most isolated, to support the effective self management of their condition.

Supporting Self Management in NHS Lanarkshire

A common barrier to people receiving self management support is often the clinicians’ hesitance to introduce it into the conversation during consultations.

Self management in Rural Communities: Learning from MS Centre Mid-Argyll

MS Centre Mid-Argyll has been established for over ten years. Based in Lochgilphead, they provide an asset based approach to support people with multiple sclerosis to self manage within Argyll and Bute.

The LGBT Self Management Initiative

The stigma and discrimination encountered by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people can have a devastating effect on self esteem and mental wellbeing, and result in an extremely negative experience of being LGBT.