Health & Social Care

Get set for The Gathering

Anna Fowlie looks forward to The Gathering, which takes place this week at the SEC in Glasgow

18th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Helping to make lasting change

Jonny Kinross details the Grassmarket Community Project's approach to creating community

17th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Volunteering - what do you see?

George Thomson examines what is a key period for volunteering in Scotland

14th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Calling on third sector organisations to become Carer Positive Employers

Sue McLintock gives advice on how to embrace carers in the workplace

13th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Embracing change and moving forward

Dan Mushens reflects on the need to embrace change within health and social care

12th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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By reconnecting we can end loneliness

Alan Reid says that planning is key in the bid to get communities more active and connected

4th February 2020 by Gareth Jones

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Walking to a happier Scotland

Ian Findlay previews Paths For All's involvement at The Gathering this year, with an aim of helping voluntary sector staff become more active

4th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Reviewing mental health law

John Scott QC gives an update on a review of mental health law in Scotland

24th December 2019 by TFN Guest

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Launching the Care in Mind series

Martin Crewe says care experienced young people are not getting the right support at the right time

4th December 2019 by TFN Guest

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Breaking down barriers for care experienced people

David Wallace says Social Security Scotland will treat the care experienced with dignity, fairness and respect

24th October 2019 by TFN Guest

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Reducing harm in practice: our own perspective

Dan Mushens looks at the issue of harm reduction in helping those living with alcohol related brain damage (ARBD)

24th October 2019 by TFN Guest

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New site to help unlock the benefits of an active workplace

Dionne Phipps-Clancy of walking and cycling charity Sustrans Scotland outlines how an active workforce can benefit your organisation

18th October 2019 by TFN Guest

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We need to talk about poverty and smoking

Elizabeth Hurst-High examines the links between living in poverty and smoking

8th October 2019 by TFN Guest

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How to influence legislation in the Scottish Parliament

Robert McGeachy and Mark Ballard give a preview of their book, The Public Affairs Guide to Scotland: Influencing Policy and Legislation

1st October 2019 by TFN Guest

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My journey out of addiction

Joe McCormack reveals he was always meant to work at Bethany Christian Trust

30th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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Making your volunteering more inclusive – why bother?

To mark National Inclusion Week, Brian Scott examines what can be done to help people into volunteering

24th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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Awareness campaign adds to open day success

Dan Mushens reflects on a busy spell for Penumbra's alcohol related brain damage (ARBD) services

12th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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Let’s improve Scotland’s streets

Penny Morriss explains how simple improvements and better maintenance of streets can make all the difference to people

10th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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Brexit: leaving no-one behind

​Tressa Burke on the implications of Brexit for those with disabilities and care services in Scotland

6th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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