In July Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) established a Staff Testing Team in response to the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on our care homes and the need to put in place weekly COVID-19 testing arrangements for staff.
Glasgow City Youth Health Service offers confidential, personalised support to young people aged 12 to 19 years. The service is provided by Nurses, GPs, Counsellors and Multiple Risk Workers and was officially launched in September.
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s (HSCP) Glasgow Supported Employment Service has been supporting people with autism and / or learning disabilities into paid work for the past 12 years.
Looking after our mental health is important every day of the year, but World Mental Health Day provides us with the opportunity to pause and reflect on the mental health of ourselves and those around us.
Now that Autumn is here and winter approaches, the Growing Spaces in the garden at Gartnavel Royal Hospital have started to take on new colours and shapes. Seed heads and falling leaves carpet the walkways and yet the Sunflowers still offer a striking reminder of the summer now gone.
People with learning disabilities who have spent years in hospital are set to enjoy new lives in the community thanks to Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).
Following the roaring success of Meander 2019, Leverndale’s Design in the Dale Group was disappointed that they had to postpone last year’s event due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but Meander for Mental Health was back this month for 2021!