- NEW: The Future of Older People’s Day Care in Edinburgh
- Consultation Responses
- Reports & Research
- Mind the Craic Report
- Event Summaries
The Future of Older People’s Day Care in Edinburgh
Informed by the lived experiences of Older People’s Day Care Service Providers, Service Users and Carers in Edinburgh this report, which has been produced in partnership with Edinburgh’s 14 registered Day Care Services for Older People, explores the future of day care for older people in light of the impact of the pandemic.
- On behalf of Edinburgh’s community & voluntary sector
- From EVOC – Edinburgh’s TSI
- From the TSI Network
Response to the Independent Review of Adult Social Care 2020
(to the Scottish Government on behalf of Edinburgh’s Third Sector)
Mind the Craic
This initiative was delivered in partnership with Volunteer Edinburgh and the Third Sector Strategy Group and researched what really works in the field of prevention and early intervention for Edinburgh’s citizens. From August to early December 2018, Virginia Bjertnes (who carried out the project) met with people from various communities around Edinburgh. Partner organisations invited her to join groups, meet individuals and hear the voices of a wide diversity of people. Interviewees ranged from 7 to 98 years old from and came from different localities across the City. They were people with and without disabilities, from various ethnic backgrounds, religious beliefs, sexual orientations and nationalities. Mind the Craic relays the experience of participants and volunteers of 66 different groups and projects.
Community Led Support in Edinburgh – 23/07/2019