Registration becomes compulsory for support workers in care home services for adults on 30 September (find out what â€śsupport workersâ€ť means here).
Registration is also compulsory ... Continue Reading →
Are you a â€śsupport workerâ€ť (find out what that means here) in a care home service for adults?
Registration becomes compulsory for support workers in care home services for adults ... Continue Reading →
Motivating and inspiring others is an effective part of good leadership. How a coaching approach inspires and motivates others was the topic of discussion at two recent events held ... Continue Reading →
The website Care Information Scotland for people who access care in Scotland, and their carers, has been upgraded and offers a range of new services.
The online and telephone service, ... Continue Reading →
The Care Inspectorate announced, on Friday 15 May 2015, Karen Anderson has been appointed as their new chief executive.
Paul Edie, Chair, said:
“I am delighted to confirm that ... Continue Reading →
After attending one of our events in Lerwick in 2012, Emily Poleson was inspired to becomeÂ a Dementia Ambassador.Â Â Emily tells us about her journey, her personal development and ... Continue Reading →
On 13 March 2015 the SSSC held a national conference to bring together 150 Dementia Ambassadors to celebrate the fantastic work they do.Â
Dementia Ambassadors are people in social ... Continue Reading →
Scotlandâ€™s Dementia Ambassadors are improving the quality of life for those living with dementia, their families and carers and are at the forefront of helping Scotland become a dementia-friendly ... Continue Reading →
The Care Inspectorate’s Hub is now a year old and if this is your first time visiting or you use it regularly, this month theyâ€™re highlighting the range of resources that can ... Continue Reading →