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Support in the Right Direction Year 4 report - October 2021 to March 2022 - Inspiring Scotland

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Support in the Right Direction Year 4 report – October 2021 to March 2022

Thirty projects across 31 local authority areas in Scotland are funded by the Scottish Government, through the Support in the Right Direction (SiRD) programme. These projects provide a range of support to families and carers accessing the social care system.

Inspiring Scotland is the strategic delivery partner for the SiRD programme and works with funded projects providing support ranging from strategic engagement with the local context, sharing learning and relationship building through peer networking. Projects report on activity and delivery against outcomes on a six monthly basis.

This report looks back over the last six months of the SiRD programme, from October 2021 to March 2022, highlighting the work done by the projects.

27.10.2017

Self-directed Support Innovation Fund Progress Report: Year 2 2016/17

Innovation Fund Progress Report April 2017 The Self-directed Support Innovation Fund (2015-2018) aims to support innovation and piloting of different service models as well as help develop the capacity of practitioners and providers to implement Self-directed Support. In Years 1 and 2 of the Fund (April 2015 – March 2017) 21 projects spent a total

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02.10.2017

Link Up’s relevance to a Healthier Scotland

Focusing on some of Scotland’s most deprived communities, Link Up is making a significant contribution to the delivery of the Scottish Government’s commitment to reduce health inequalities and improve health by: 1. Addressing the social determinants of health, widely recognised as key to addressing health inequalities and setting foundations for positive change 2. Growing individuals’

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20.11.2020

Increasing Understanding of Autism Programme- Progress Report

Read about what funded projects have been doing over the last six months from January-August 2020 with an update on the Increasing Understanding of Autism Programme impact over this time.

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