Independent Review of Adult Social Care – Engagement in Progress

Section: People and NetworksType: News Item Date Published: 6th October 2020
Social Care Review

The ALLIANCE is undertaking engagement work for the independent review as part of our People at the Centre engagement programme.

The ALLIANCE has been invited to undertake engagement work with members and people across Scotland to support the Independent Review of Adult Social Care (this link will take you away from our website). Over the coming months, we will support the independent review to capture insight from organisations and people who access social care, using this person centred focus to help shape and inform the review.

We have started the engagement process, having already hosted three events aimed at our organisational members. However, we are planning more activity for you to get involved in.

From October-November 2020 the ALLIANCE will assist the independent review’s engagement process in three ways:

  • Arranging a series of digital engagement events with groups of organisations representing the interests of people who receive, or commission for themselves, social care and support.
  • An open call for individuals, families and carers to comment on their experiences of accessing social care and support and what they would like to change or improve.
  • A facilitation pack for organisations to use for local or targeted events during the consultation period to access the views of individuals, clients, service users and carers.

If you are interested the Terms of Reference for the Review, please watch our ALLIANCELive interview with Derek Feeley (this link will take you away from our website)

We will be launching all streams of engagement this week so please keep an eye on our website and social media @ALLIANCEScot (this link will take you away from our website). Please also feel free to contact us by email: 

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