‘More than Medicine’ Lunch and learn sessions linking GP practice and the third sector – leaflet

Scotland's House of Care Programme is offering a free opportunity for GP practice teams to engage with community services in their area.

‘More than Medicine’ Lunch and Learn event – Learning Report

This Learning Report reflects on the first More than Medicine event, held in Renfrewshire, and offers tips on organising future such events.

Social Work and Social Care in Scotland

Working with people to achieve transformational change

Grampian Self Management Network – October 2018


Sharing the Power of Knowledge: Agenda

Event will be held on 1st October 2018

Independent Inquiry into Mental Health Services in Tayside Terms of Reference

The Terms of Reference describe the purpose and scope of the Inquiry

Transforming social care: Scotland’s progress towards implementing self-directed support 2011-2018

The purpose of this report is to identify the progress made between 2011 and 2018 towards delivery of the transformation in social care

MECOPP – “Challenging Social Care Decisions in Scotland: A legal guide”

The aim of this guide is to help explain when decisions made about social care can be challenged using the law; and how to go about doing it

Carers Allowance Supplement

Information on Carers Allowance Supplement.

SCoWR response to Social Security Committee inquiry into in-work poverty

This submission is has been developed by a steering group of The Scottish Campaign on Welfare Reform (SCoWR).

“No Deal” Brexit and the regulation of medicines – UK Government identified implications

The UK Government has outlined possible consequences for medicines regulation of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union with no deal.

Update On The New Social Security System In Scotland August 2018

Update On The New Social Security System In Scotland August 2018

TCAT User Involvement Achievements and Learning Report 2018

This report highlights the main achievements of this user involvement theme within the Transforming Care After Treatment programme.

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