Inspiring poetry, inspiring managers The MHL facilitators were asked to write a few words about their experience of working with the participants of the MHL programme. Fiona Cook then composed a Haiku of their collective experience. Karen made a ‘wordle’ … Continued
The Future of Residential Care for Older People in Scotland (2014): Taskforce Report This report offers a strategic examination of the purpose and desired structure of residential care services fit for the aspirations and needs of future generation. The future … Continued
Welcome! What is a blog? Where to start? A quick google search revealed a blog is a frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links. Tips for writing blogs • Try and make your content useful and unique to … Continued
The first MHL Scotland Retreat took place on 14th August 2014. The retreat was a great success, providing an opportunity for participants of the Leadership Support and Community development programme to celebrate, network, share, connect and plan future collaborations and … Continued
This toolkit is a free online resource full of practical ideas of how to support care home residents to live their lives doing the day-to-day activities that are important to them. The toolkit promotes dignity and respect, mental and physical … Continued
Read about the ‘care… about physical activity’ resource pack and app and plans for the Go for Gold challenge programme.
East Ayrshire, Glasgow and Edinburgh cohorts are inviting partners to join them on a Learning Journey. In Edinburgh the managers invited local health and social care colleagues to hear more about MHL before travelling in small parties to care homes … Continued
We have just appointed our first My Home Life PhD student who is due to start in September 2014. The studentship is match funded by the Care Inspectorate. The focus of the work is to carry out a study entitled … Continued
Leadership support and community development programmes are now running in South and North Lanarkshire, Edinburgh, Glasgow, South and East Ayrshire, West Dumbartonshire, Inverclyde and, East Renfrewshire. New programmes have begun in East Dumbartonshire and North Ayrshire.