The Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability (SCLD) has launched a new performance improvement resource for service providers.Â
Progress in Personalisation is a self-assessment ... Continue Reading →
Self-directed support (SDS) enables individuals to have choice and control of managing their own care budget.
It requires individuals to consider what is important to them and what ... Continue Reading →
Jamie Hepburn, the Minister for Sport, Health Improvement and Mental Health, recently launched the new financial guidance notes for self-directed support (SDS).
Funded by the Scottish ... Continue Reading →
New, additional sections on the NHS Education for Scotland (NES) self-directed support portal are now available.
TheÂ sections link to information regarding self-directed support and ... Continue Reading →
The Homelands Trust â€“ Fife is an independent, Fife-based charity working to improve the quality of life of people affected by disability through the provision of top quality holiday ... Continue Reading →
The Self-directed Support (SDS) and Gypsy/Travellers research reportÂ presents the findings of a one-year research project, funded by the Scottish Government, exploring the potential ... Continue Reading →
The Scottish Government has launched a new self-directed support (SDS) website.
The newÂ website is intended as an information tool for service users, carers and practitioners.Â Â A ... Continue Reading →
Come along to the the City of Edinburgh Councilâ€™s roadshow to find out more about social care and support for people in Edinburgh.
Events on the theme of Your Care, Your Support ... Continue Reading →
The recent Smarter Learning for Self-directed Support Conference invited everyone to think about the small things they can do to make a big difference to someoneâ€™s life.Â
The eventÂ took ... Continue Reading →
The Self-directed Support Awareness Week runs from 30 March to 3 April and we’d like to hear what your plans are.
To celebrate the 1st anniversary of the Social Care (Self-directed ... Continue Reading →