Downloadable versions of the first 10 Kilbrandon lectures.
What is it? The Outcomes Star™ is a unique suite of tools for supporting and measuring change when working with people.
Who is it for? It is a sector-wide tool that can be used for different client groups. There are 15 versions of the Outcomes Star™ carefully adapted for different client groups and services, including older people, mental health, families, work and others.
The ability to relate one's own work to existing knowledge is an essential skill for practitioners and students alike. This interactive learning resource provides practical guidance on how to get referencing right.
A web page of resources including videos, guidance, good practice reports, HWC training and national consultations.
Toolkit which explains what co-production is and gives some tips on how to make it successful.
It is designed for disabled people and their organisations who want to start working in co-production with service providers like local authorities, NHS Boards and others.
10 minute drama about a 15 year old girl called Dee, who makes a common mistake of many teens and sends indecent photos of herself to her boyfriend Si. Without thinking of the consequences, Si sends the photos to a friend and very quickly the images become public.
A distressed Dee is helped through the situation by her alter-ego. Together they come to terms with the consequences of her actions and learn where to go for help and advice.
Resource on the NSPCC website which provides information on various aspects of child protection in Scotland, including guidance and legislation, significant case reviews, research and statistics.
The Scottish Government launched a public consultation to inform recommendations for legislation to support integration of adult health and social care in Scotland.
This report presents the views expressed by respondents to the consultation proposals.
What is it? The Wellbeing Web has been developed by practitioners in Angus and is intended to be an interactive and engaging process to measure outcomes. This tool is based on an affirmative coaching model focusing on people’s potential rather than their problems. It is used to support and assist growth and change. For more information about the development of the Wellbeing Web, see the case study Measuring outcomes in Angus on the IRISS website.