Here you can find information on all of the projects that have been funded by the new Self Management Impact Fund. Choose from the A-Z index on the right to browse through them. Examples of previously funded projects can be found in the IMPACT report.
Grant value: £189,531.30
Aberdeen Foyer will work with people to develop and pilot a programme for people living with mental health conditions to support self management and employability.
Grant value: £27,749.40
Action for M.E will train members in storytelling techniques in order to increase awareness and understanding of the condition and to enable members to better communicate with healthcare professionals.
Grant value: £86,780
Angus Cardiac Group will develop a new education and exercise programme tailored to people of working age living with cardiac problems.
Grant value: £122,826.20
Arthritis Care Scotland will run a self management programme for those living with any long term condition and a chosen family member/carer.
Grant value: £4,641.95
Aspire2gether will work with people with Blood Borne Viruses to explore how they can be supported to self manage.
Grant value: £17,360
Bobath Scotland will deliver a project to support young adults with cerebal palsy find out about self management techniques to help them in their lives.
Grant value: £5,000
Breast Cancer Care will undertake a consultation with those living with breast cancer and Breast Care Nurses in rural areas, to explore ways of enhancing the support and information available in isolated locations.
Grant value: £2,000
Bronchiectasis will develop an online resource to help people find out information about this condition.
Grant value: £210,000
Carr-Gomm will pilot a community navigation project in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh.
Grant value: £4,340
Castlemilk Relaxation Centre will research the needs of local carers to uncover what support related to their caring role will improve their quality of life and better support the person they care for.
Grant value: £155,400
Clydeside Action on Asbestos will to develop a self management toolkit to support people living with asbestosis through periods of exacerbation. The organisation will also work to incorporate self management support into patient pathways and develop good practice guidelines.
Grant value: £5,000
Deafblind Scotland will consult with members to identify effective self management strategies and to discover gaps in self management support.
Grant value: £183,122
Diabetes UK Scotland will work with South Asian families living in Glasgow to build a network of peer support and facilitate sustained behaviour change for people from the South Asian community who live with diabetes.
Grant value: £30,240.70
East Lothian Cardio-Pulmonary Rehabilitation Group will run exercise classes for those living stroke, heart and lung disease, diabetes and those at risk of falls. Individuals will benefit from an exercise regime tailored to their specific needs and abilities.
Grant value: £107,511
Eczema Outreach Scotland will work with isolated families affected by severe eczema to research the role of peer support in self management.
Grant value: £165,513
FDAMH will run a social prescribing programme in Falkirk linking those living with long term conditions with the best and most appropriate local support.
Grant value: £156,004
Fife Employment Access Trust will deliver a programme of pre-employability work to adults with complex, severe and enduring mental health conditions to increase their confidence and self-esteem through work experience within rural enterprises.
Grant value: £4,140
Glasgow Asthma Support Peers will run two events to raise awareness of chronic and severe asthma for people with this condition and professionals working in the field of asthma and promote self management of the condition.
Grant value: £169,252
Grampian Employment Opportunities will develop a peer led information service and a programme of learning opportunities for people with long term conditions.
Grant value: £19,805
Haemophilia Scotland will run a peer support and mentoring scheme for families with someone diagnosed with bleeding disorder.
Grant value: £4,950
Headway Glasgow will undertake research with young people who live with an acquired brain injury to investigate their beliefs and attitudes towards self management and the best way to support this age group to self manage.
Grant value: £71,480
Healthy n’ Happy Community Development Trust will deliver a new health and wellbeing project that will enable individuals with long term conditions to effectively self manage. It will work with people with long term conditions and their families/carers
Grant value: £142,067.10
Highland Third Sector Partnership aims to increase the number of people with long term conditions in Highland and Argyll & Bute self-managing by improving access to information and local services.
Grant value: £19,521
Lanarkshire Association for Mental Health will develop a self-management toolkit to support the training and employment aspirations of people with enduring mental health problems. They will work with a group of people with long term mental health conditions, supported by partner organisations, to research and produce the toolkit. The final product will be made available both locally and nationally to be used as part of a mental health self-management programme.
Grant value: £82,250
LGBT Health will run a counselling and self management peer support programme for LGBT people living with mental health issues across Scotland.
Grant value: £78,559
Momentum Skills will provide a programme of peer support for young men with acquired brain injury.
Grant value: £201,738
MS Centre Mid Argyll will develop an outreach service for those who could benefit from but cannot access current services. The organisation will also adapt existing services in response to feedback and will work to promote and encourage joint working among community organisations to raise awareness of long term conditions.
Grant value: £68,922
MS Therapy Centre Lothian 68,922 will establish a community exercise programme including Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates for those living with long term conditions across Lothian.
Grant value: £39,751.60
Muscular Dystrophy Campaign will empower young people living with neuromuscular conditions during transition to adult services, to learn more about self management through a combination of meetings workshops and peer support.
Grant value: £5,000
Mydex will undertake a consultation to find out how young can use personal data for self management in transition to adult services. It will establish how young people store, share, and use their personal data, how they can co-design public services and contribute to more citizen-centred journeys.
Grant value: £74,739
Nari Kallyan Shango will develop a self management programme for the South Asian community living with any long term condition in Edinburgh to be delivered within the family setting. The programme will include outreach work in the family home, individual support and workshops.
Grant value: £131,408
New Horizons Borders will train peer support workers to develop and deliver a self management course.
Grant value: £58,393
No Strings Attached will run a music self management programme for young carers who live with asthma. The project will give the young carers a break from their caring responsibilities while learning to manage their condition.
Grant value: £19,875
Now You're Talking will run WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Planning) courses and WRAP facilitator training for participants who would like to develop their skills.
Grant value: £88,900
Pain Association will run self management programmes across Scotland for those living with chronic pain and will establish peer support groups for participants.
Grant value: £95,550
Pain Concern will deliver a self management programme to support people with pain to find ways to interact with healthcare professionals.
Grant value: £197,778
PAMIS will support family carers to develop skills and knowledge in using technology and investigate whether IT can help families to support their daughter/son with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities.
Grant value: £8,562.30
PBC Foundation will extend their self management approach with their members by sharing the approach with other organisations where there are cross over symptoms.
Grant value: £204,064
Pink Ladies 1st will develop formal peer support roles to improve the sustainability of their services. The organisation will also develop an employability focused self management course for women living with anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions.
Grant value: £4,580
PMR-GCA UK will undertake a consultation with people living with the condition and healthcare professionals to uncover what support and information people need to self manage and identify gaps in information and service provision.
Grant value: £19,300
Project Ability will pilot a programme aimed at young people living with mental health conditions using creative activities as a tool to manage their health.
Grant value: £169,397.90
Reach will support those from Black and Minority Ethnic communities to better manage their mental health through a combination of 1:1 support, workshops and counselling.
Grant value: £99,896
SAMH will develop a new programme of activities, peer support and personal development groupwork sessions focusing on using creative activities.
Grant value: £206,500
Scottish Healthy Living Centre Alliance aims to develop a sustainable community led approach to tackling social isolation for people living with mental health conditions, using local volunteers and services. It will work across and compare different types of communities including urban and rural.
Grant value: £20,000
Scottish Infected Blood Forum will develop digital stories to share on website and share top tips for self managing.
Grant value: £5,000
Scottish Spina Bifida Association will research the barriers to skills development and employability for young adults with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.
Grant value: £49,969
Solar Bear will run a theatre project to support young people in transition to achieve better mental health and wellbeing and pursue employability options.
Grant value: £68,240.90
Speakeasy will develop an outreach service to support those living with head and neck cancers across Lanarkshire. The organisations will also develop a volunteer training and development programme to provide sustainable support for those living with these cancers.
Grant value: £189,965
Support in Mind Scotland will pilot a service to support people assessed and treated under the 2003 Mental Health Act and subject to Compulsory Treatment Order. It will work with people to see if intensive person-centred support can empower and enable people to achieve greater self management and recovery.
Grant value: £82,509.70
The Haven will build the capacity of their lymphoedema self management course by training staff in other organisations to deliver the programme.
Grant value: £155,877
Thistle Foundation will deliver a lifestyle management support course for veterans through peer support and person centred approach.
Grant value: £56,234.50
Visibility will establish peer support groups for adults of working age who have recently been diagnosed with a sensory impairment. Group members will support each other to develop and implement individual approaches to living with their sensory loss.
Grant value: £4,100
Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire will undertake a consultation to explore the potential for developing volunteer-led peer support groups to promote and sustain self-management for people with long-term conditions.
Grant value: £152,496.40
Waverley Care will develop the Blood Bourne Virus Self Management Model by training NHS, local authority and third sector staff in 5 health board areas to deliver and embed the model within NHS Boards.
Grant value: £20,000
WRASAC will pilot peer support groups in remote communities in Angus for women living with mental health conditions as a result of domestic and sexual abuse.