Audio clips and transcripts of Storytelling and Organizing Project (STOP), based in the United States. STOP is a community project collecting and sharing stories about everyday people taking action to end interpersonal violence.
The idea behind this story was to find a way to describe an arts project that involved an artist, an informatics specialist and a man with a liking for music. The man in question had a learning disability, a sight impairment and physical disability, which meant he was reliant on others choosing what he listened to. Artist Steve Hollingsworth began creating a sound system which could be operated with one simple hand movement, enabling the man to select what he felt like listening to from a library of sounds.
Julie Gardener, Assistant Director of VOCAL (Voice of carers across Lothian) talks about developing a personal outcomes approach and outcomes for integration of health and social care.
The audio recording was made on the 25 February 2013 at an event organised by the Social Services Research Group (SSRG) entitled, 'Improving outcomes through integrated social care and health'.
For further information about the event see: http://ssrg.org.uk/events-2013/
Professor Ian Shaw (University of York) interviewed by Rhoda MacRae (Iriss) 24th February 2009 about practitioner research. Ian was in the process of evaluating the initiative taken by Children 1st and the Glasgow School of Social Work to develop a practitioner research programme.
The Creative Breaks Conference was held on November 16th 2011 by Shared Care Scotland. This conference was for people who commission, provide and use short break services in Scotland. By applying our creative talents - and perhaps being a bit more adventurous - we can also look ‘outside the box’ for new and imaginative solutions to achieving better breaks for unpaid carers and the people that they care for. We hope these resources will be widely shared and will help to inspire others who couldn’t be with us on the day. The files below are the audio recordings made of the day.
Introduction and welcome from Alison Petch, Director of Iriss, followed by keynote speech by Adam Ingram MSP.
Andy Gibson speaks about digital disruption - whether the era of mass-produced services is over.
Janice Galloway reading, and in conversation with Professor Sandy Cameron, Chair of Iriss Strategic Board and of the Parole Board.
A trio of short presentations highlighting Iriss's current work.
Caroline Tomlinson tells the story of her son Joe, the first person in the UK to receive an individual budget which fundamentally improved the quality of his life.