Health and Wellbeing Newsletter

SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – July 2021

28 Jul 2021

A Single National Intermediary body for social enterprise in Scotland  SENScot supports the Government’s ambition for there to be a single enhanced national intermediary to represent and support social and community enterprises across Scotland – as outlined in the SE Action Plan launched at end March 2021. We think this is a real opportunity to […]

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SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – June 2021

24 Jun 2021

As the summer holidays approach, I am very much looking forward to enjoying a break with family at one of Scotland’s eco-tourism destinations, or in straightforward terms – enjoying the outdoors and the amazing nature on offer regardless of the weather. SENScot’s programme of activities for Community Tourism Week has been an eye-opener in demonstrating how community […]

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SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – May 2021

26 May 2021

Welcome to the May Newsletter, including lots of opportunities to connect with other SEN members and relevant partner organisations. We’re delighted to be working with Outside the Box and Health Improvement Scotland to ensure that the voice of social enterprise is represented in the endeavour to develop more sustainable care and wellbeing solutions within Scotland’s […]

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SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – April 2021

28 Apr 2021

The 2021 Holyrood election is fast approaching, but there’s still time to check out the Social Economy Pledge that SENScot and others are asking Scottish Parliamentary candidates to sign to demonstrate their commitment to Scotland’s third sector. Throughout the election campaigning we have repeatedly heard that health inequalities have been exacerbated by Covid.  Sadly, this has come […]

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SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – March 2021

24 Mar 2021

Earlier this month, SENScot and DTA Scotland hosted a joint learning session on Supporting Workforce Mental Health. The session shared learning and ideas from both organisational and individual perspectives, with presentations from MHScot Workplace Wellbeing, Polbeth Community HUB, Healthy n Happy and Blossom Wellbeing.  If you’d like to catch up on the inspiring presentations you […]

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Health & Wellbeing News letter – February 2021

24 Feb 2021

You will see from this month’s newsletter that there are lots of learning and knowledge exchange opportunities coming up next month across a wide range of health and wellbeing related issues. Some of the requests received from SEN members so far for future sessions include community food & employability, re-opening community cafes, collaborating for mental […]

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Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – January 2021

28 Jan 2021

A couple of things to highlight in this first Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter of the year – P4P is offering its Procurement Healthcheck consultancy service free of charge for the first 10 SEN members who sign up before the end of February. This includes an assessment and report to help you identify your […]

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SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – November 2020

25 Nov 2020

We are delighted with the response across the SENs to the latest Pockets & Prospect’s Project that we’re developing in collaboration with Scottish Communities for Health & Wellbeing (SCHW) and CHEX.  There are now approaching 50 social enterprise suppliers offering a wide range of activities and services that contribute to improving mental health, with these […]

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Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – October 2020

28 Oct 2020

Bookings for SENScot’s ‘Restart and Rebuild Week’ are now open. Starting on Mon 16th Nov, the programme is designed to inform, inspire and connect social enterprises from across the country – as we try and address, together, how we can move towards recovery from the impact of the Covid crisis on the sector and the communities they […]

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SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – September 2020

24 Sep 2020

During our SE Reset week in May, mental health & wellbeing emerged strongly as one of the key themes – with social enterprises highlighting a range of issues relating to workforce, service users, and their wider community.  More recently, SCVO published its own report – ‘Coronavirus and its impact on the Scottish Voluntary Sector: a […]

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