You are invited to NO LIFE HALF LIVED: Regional Engagement Events
These events will be focused on how we can work with you to improve the lives of people affected by chest, heart and stroke conditions in your local area.
There are over 1 million people in Scotland living with the effects of a serious chest or heart condition or after a stroke. We will hear from people about the impact these conditions are having on their lives and discuss how together we can build new services, provide better access to support and rehabilitation and improve people’s quality of life across Scotland.
You are invited to the official launch of the West Lothian Anti-Poverty Strategy 2018/19 to 2022/23
Tuesday 2nd October 2018
9am – 11am
Armadale Community Centre
Taster Session: Wellbeing resources for supporting young people
This taster session is organised jointly by National Third Sector GIRFEC Project and Storyworlds Life. It provides a chance to explore the two resources: Wellbeing Bingo and Important to me: Scrambled. Come and see how these valuable tools could help you in your work with young people.
Date: Monday 17th September 2018
Time: 9:30am - 3pm (approx.) with refreshment and lunch provided
Cost: FREE (limited to 2 places per organisation)
Who should attend
It is open to practitioners in the third and statutory sector, who:
● run a youth group; and/or
● support young people to improve their health and wellbeing
For further details about the resources and how to book a place, please visit this link.
P4P is holding a webinar around consortia models on Friday 24th August 2018. The session will be interactive and provide you with an opportunity to ask questions.
For more information visit:
Please see links below for forthcoming events from Wellbeing Scotland which may be of interest to your membership. I would be grateful if you could circulate these.
Charity Dance – special guest, Iain Robertson (Stevie O’Hara from River City)
Training Workshop – Basic Awareness Childhood Sexual Exploitation
Training workshop – Understanding the Impact of Child Abuse