The report and presentations from the self-directed support (SDS) and systems thinking workshop are now available.
A wide range of people from across health and social care took part in our workshops, hosted in partnership with Scottish Government on 14 January in Edinburgh.Â They included frontline workers, commissioners, third and independent sector providers, regulators and representatives from centres for independent living. They each offered their unique perspective on SDS in the context of health and social care integration.
What we learned from the workshop will help us understand and support the whole workforce, beyond frontline social service workers and local SDS implementation leads, to consider their role and the impact of their practice on SDS implementation.
Read theÂ SDS and systems thinking workshop report.
- Introduction, Julie Haslett, SSSC
- Implementation update, Lorna-Ascroft, Scottish Government
- Architecture for Self-directed support in Scotland, Dr Simon Duffy of the Centre for Welfare Reform
Throughout the day artist Graham Ogilvie produced a series of images to reflect individual and group discussions. View them below: