With the outbreak of COVID 19, Glasgow City HSCP’s Children and Families Health Visiting Teams in South Glasgow have adapted practice to meet the needs of families. This has included new and innovative ways of working.
The development of competencies for Occupational Therapists (OTs) working across health and social care in Glasgow City HSCP has again been highlighted as an example of good practice, with a feature in the August 2020 edition of OT News.
Local residents are being given the opportunity to ask questions about the new £60 million state-of-the-art Health and Social Care Hub planned for Parkhead.
Glasgow has been shortlisted for an award in a top international competition.
A new short film launched by the Gender Friendly Nursery programme aims to promote awareness of the impact of gender stereotypes on what children believe they can and can’t do, how they should dress and behave, and what society expects of them.
Staff and service users at the Glasgow City HSCP Chara Centre in Possilpark have been using the good weather during lockdown to maintain the centre’s garden.
The social work centre provides emergency homeless accommodation for 27 females from all walks of life and cultures.
Volunteers, who run recovery cafes and initiatives in Glasgow, have stepped up during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to support themselves and other people to help maintain abstinence from drugs and alcohol.
Local NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde (NHSGG&C) Quit Your Way stop smoking services are still operating across Glasgow.
Ann Forsyth is a Programme Manager, Primary Care Improvement Plan for Glasgow City HSCP, who is currently the Service Manager at the new COVID-19 Assessment Centre in Barr Street in North West Glasgow.