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This week's SE Network News out now - with info on our new Collaborating in Communities to Improve Mental Health Project collaboratingincommu… and much more, see bit.ly/2HF2G61 pic.twitter.com/TscQ…

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27th August 2020

Sport SEN: Reopening Indoor and Outdoor Sports Facilities – Wed…

Last week, Scottish Government announced the easing of more restrictions relating to sport and physical activity.  This included confirmation that indoor sports facilities, gyms and swimming pools ca…
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Health SEN News
27th August 2020

The Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee is cal…

The Scottish Parliament's Health and Sport Committee is calling for views on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted on social care services at home. Earlier this year the Committee planned to expl…
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Health SEN News
27th August 2020

Projekt42’s Latest Services

    Projekt 42 is a mental health and physical fitness charity based in Leith Edinburgh, throughout COVID-19 they have digitalized much of their service offering and are now provid…
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27th August 2020

Vision: Reimagining the future of health and care

  (7th - 11th September) 'The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland's (the ALLIANCE) first week-long online conference includes contributions from high-profile national and international…
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27th August 2020

Community Learning Exchange to Prep Table

    Thursday 17th September (10 – 12, 1-3pm)   Prep Table is a social enterprise aiming to make the food industry more open, fair and ethical for producers, suppliers, em…
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Health SEN News
27th August 2020

Saje Scotland – Freedom Programme Starts Up Again

Group Info  The 10 week course is for any woman interested in learning more about the effects of domestic abuse and, in particular, for women who experience or have experienced domestic abuse.   …
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27th August 2020

Eat Well Age Well ‘Raising the Issue of Malnutrition’…

  Overview of training: Our Raising the Issue of Malnutrition training aims to increase practitioners' knowledge and confidence around identifying and supporting older people at home in th…
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Health SEN News
27th August 2020

Street Soccer Scotland announced as a winner in Barclays’ Entr…

    Street Soccer Scotland has been announced as a winner in the regional stage (SCOTLAND) of the Barclays’ Entrepreneur Awards. The awards highlight and recognise entrepreneurs who …
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Health SEN News
27th August 2020

BikeTown – Bike Around Town campaign

    It’s clear to us at Healthy n Happy Community Development Trust that walking and cycling has been a great release for many individuals in our communities in Cambuslang and Ruther…
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Health SEN News
26th August 2020

Respite Now – ‘Working for You’ 

We know this is a difficult time for us all to adjust to alternative ways of life during the lockdown period. It has been hard for many of us as we change the way we work, live and plan.   At Resp…
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Health SEN News
26th August 2020

Impact Arts New Well-being Programme – ‘Make Space’

  Over 100 young people from across Scotland have just completed a 13 week well-being course with Impact Arts. At a time of great uncertainty and isolation, Impact Arts created a new well-bein…
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Health SEN News
26th August 2020

Latest blog from Roar’s Nicola Hanssen: Some of the simplest t…

If you were one of the many people who longed for the hairdressers to re-open after lockdown because your hair was growing out of shape and making you feel less confident then spare a thought for all …