The public vote is now open, choose the winner for Project of the Year at the Self Management Awards.
Each year the ALLIANCE host the Self Management Awards which celebrate examples of good practice and promote a range of innovative self management activity that exists all over Scotland.
The winner of the Self Management Project of the Year Award is decided by a public vote. A panel of judges whittled down a record high 26 nominations to a shortlist of 5.
This award aims to highlight the success of a project and demonstrate the difference projects are making to improve people’s lives and building the capacity of self management in Scotland. If your project has made an impact to individuals, groups or communities then this is a great way to have it recognised and celebrated alongside the people who made it happen. This award will also recognise projects working in partnership.
The nominees for this years Self Management Project of the Year Award are:
- Epilepsy Futures
- The Scottish Centre for Personal Safety
- Edinburgh Anxiety and Depression Peer Support Group
- Be Active Life Long Groups (BALL) Moray
- Singing for Breathing
For full descriptions of the nominees and to cast your vote please click this link (this link will take you away from our website).
Voting closes on the 27th of September.