Health & Social Care

How alcoholism is killing Scots communities

Cuts to services against the might of the drinks industry is leading to an increase in alcohol-related deaths in Scotland

13th November 2017 by Robert Armour

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Good Movers 27/10/17 - who’s got a new job?

Good Movers - who's got a new job?

27th October 2017 by TFN

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From WWII refugee to modern day food hero

A WWII refugee who experienced hunger is the inspiration behind a charity making good use of food waste from shops

25th October 2017 by Robert Armour

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Living wage for sleepovers: a frontline view

Enable Scotland personal assistant Hayleigh Furlong and service user Russell Eaton on what the living wage for social care means to them

24th October 2017 by TFN Staff

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Winners of Scotland’s Dementia Awards revealed

The ceremony celebrates innovative and creative projects

3rd October 2017 by Gareth Jones

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Goodmovers 27 Sept 2017 - who has a new job?

Who has a new job in Scotland's third sector?

27th September 2017 by TFN

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Chief Encounters: Mark O’Donnell on the highs and lows of his career so far

Mark O'Donnell is excited about his new job at Royal Blind but don't replace his phone with a dashchund

19th September 2017 by TFN

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The Yard proves its worth to the wider community

The charity - which works with disabled children and their families - undertook research into its return on investment

8th September 2017 by Gareth Jones

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Digging for better mental health

A farmer who lent land for a gardening project is transforming lives and mental health for the better

11th August 2017 by Robert Armour

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Chief Encounters: Linda Gray on always facing challenges (as long as it’s not ballet)

The chief executive of Inspire on what gets her out of bed in the morning and her love of Michael Buble

8th August 2017 by Tony Garcia

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Chief Encounters: Katie Rafferty

‚ÄčKatie Rafferty, just three months in post as director of Respect Me, loves getting on a bike and heading out of town

12th July 2017 by Robert Armour

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Chief encounters: RNIB Scotland’s Campbell Chalmers

Find out what makes RNIB Scotland's Campbell Chalmers tick

21st June 2017 by TFN

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Good Movers - who’s going where in the third sector

Good Movers - who's going where in Scotland's third sector

8th June 2017 by TFN

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Chief encounters: Chris Townsend on 22 years at Redwoods

Chris Townsend believes his shy, 16-year-old self would be very impressed with his role as chief executive of The Redwoods Caring Foundation

6th June 2017 by TFN Staff

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Chief Encounters: Suzanne Forup lurves her Genesis Croix de Fer 20

Suzanne Forup seems to have the perfect job promoting the joys of cycling, which maybe explains her tendency to over commit!

30th May 2017 by TFN Staff

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Chief encounters: Mary Allison on disappointing her 16-year-old self

Breast Cancer Care Now's director for Scotland likes fox cubs, coffee and churros and keeping focus on the people her charity serves

17th May 2017 by TFN Staff

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Chief encounters: Rosyln Neely is in at 7am and never grumpy

The chief executive of Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity says it's all about the mission, not the name

2nd May 2017 by TFN Guest

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Chief encounters: James Cant of British Heart Foundation Scotland

Chief encounters: what makes James Cant of BHF tick?

1st February 2017 by TFN

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Going the extra mile to aid recovery

As an NHS physiotherapist Aiden Murphy finds his work challenging and at times fraught. Volunteering has help him rekindle faith in the profession

14th December 2016 by Robert Armour

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