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The Health SEN is a national support network for social enterprises active in delivering health and wellbeing outcomes and who clearly identify and define themselves in relation to health and wellbeing.  The Health SEN is a diverse network, with members playing a crucial role in addressing health inequalities and tackling a wide range of health & wellbeing needs at both an individual and community level.   A key strength of the Health SEN is the members’ eagerness to engage with a wide range of policy initiatives, recognising the importance of how these interact and subsequently impact upon the communities that they are embedded within. 

The Health SEN welcomes any social enterprises (and aspiring social enterprises) that seek to make a positive impact on health and well-being as new members to the Network.  

 The Health SEN aims to be informed on health and social care legislation and initiatives which support innovative practices to healthy communities, working towards three key outcomes:  

  • Grassroots level social enterprises are better informed, encouraged, networked and supported.  
  • Members make a better contribution to policy development (local and national) and increase the value they bring to local communities economically, socially and environmentally.  
  • More collaborative working amongst members, increasing their capacity and role in delivering services in their respective communities.  

A monthly Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter is available to anyone interested in the SEN or work of SEN members. 

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Next SEN Meeting

SENScot Session on NCS Consultation – Commissioning & Fair Work


23/09/2021

Second SENScot Session relating to the National Care Service Consultation, focusing on ‘Commissioning’ and ‘Fair Work’. About this event Scottish Government is currently consulting on the creation of a National Care Service (NCS)– this follows an Independent review of adult social care led by Derek Feeley, which recommended that the service should be established on an equal footing with…

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Latest Newsletter

SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – August 2021

25 August 2021

cottish Government is currently consulting on the creation of a National Care Service – this follows an independent review of adult social care led by Derek Feeley, which recommended that the service should be established on an equal footing with NHS Scotland.  The Scottish Government has presented the consultation as an opportunity to change the way support and services…

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42 Miller Street
Glasgow
Scotland
G1 1DT
UK

mail@senscot.net

0141 280 2570

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Social Entrepreneurs Network Scotland (Senscot) is registered as a Scottish charity under Scottish Charity No. SC029210 and as a limited company under Company Registration No. SC278156. Its registered office is at 41 Miller Street, Glasgow.