Glasgow City Council has recently undertaken a review of the way we currently administer our direct payments, and will be introducing new Prepaid Cards for those who receive a Direct Payment.
We all need an advocate at some times in our lives. It helps to have someone around to make a difficult phone call, someone who can help write a letter or someone to go with you to a difficult meeting.
The NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) Mental Health Improvement Team hosted by Glasgow City Health and Care Partnership have developed an awareness raising resource called “Healthy Minds” to support implementation of the NHSGGC Mental Health Improvement Frameworks.
Pollok Civic Realm have been awarded the bronze level LGBT Charter Mark from LGBT Youth Scotland.
The Prescribing Support Team in Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (South Locality) won the Working in Partnership Award at the Scottish Pharmacist Awards 2019.
Glasgow’s care services staff pledge to make a difference to people living with dementia and their carers
Staff, service users, carers, community representatives and others came together at a South Locality Engagement Session on 26th February to discuss developments in older people’s health and care services.
A Mental Health project making it easier for deaf people to access mental health services is a finalist at an awards ceremony dedicated to breaking down communication barriers in Scotland.