The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) is hosting an event about the importance of nature in health and wellbeing.
The natural world and the health of our planet are linked to our own wellbeing, as individuals and as communities. Nature based activities and green, blue and wild spaces can play an important role in helping us to live well. With COP26 in Glasgow having recently passed, the impact of climate change on communities has never felt more pressing.
Join us for an online session to look together at the ways in which our natural world can support our health and wellbeing, how we can get more involved in nature based activities, and how we can take positive action to care for our world.
To register for the event or for more information, please email the ALISS Programme team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters and electronic note-takers (ENT) will be available for the event.
Welcome and introduction
(Jane Miller, Academy Programme Manager, the ALLIANCE)
Feeling connected to nature and each other
(Hilda Campbell, CEO, COPE Scotland)
Nature Therapy Research: Key Findings and Next Steps
(Nick Hopkins, Director, Nick Hopkins Consulting and Georgina Charlton, Programme Manager, the ALLIANCE)
ALLIANCE Links Worker Programme: Signposting and supporting people to access nature based activities
(Community Links Practitioners, the ALLIANCE)
ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland): ‘Our World’, working together to find and share information
(Angela Fulton, Partnerships Manager, the ALLIANCE and Cameron MacFarlane, Community Engagement Manager, the ALLIANCE)
Conversation and Networking space
Close and plans for the future
If you’re not able to make the event itself but would like to chat more about this, we’d be happy to hear from you. You can get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
|Time:||10am to 11.30am|
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