The Place, Home and Housing Portfolio at the Improvement Hub (ihub) has published new reports to guide future improvement work following two investigations on housing, homelessness and health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new series of interactive online workshops is being launched to mark one year since CIH Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland and Alzheimer Scotland launched the Housing and Dementia Framework. Launched at an event on 30 October 2019, the Framework is designed to support housing
The Scottish Government has announced that staff who work in specialist cancer services, or provide long-term care for the elderly, as well as staff working in residential mental health, will be offered weekly coronavirus testing from July 8.
In a guest blog for CaCHE, James Battye from the Healthcare Improvement Scotland (ihub), introduces the Housing and Dementia Practice Framework, a practical tool to assist housing organisations in supporting people living with dementia.
With an estimated 90,000 people living with dementia in Scotland, a new practice framework aimed at improving the way that housing organisations can support people those affected was launched at an event in Edinburgh. Housing and dementia: a practice framework for Scotland’s housing sector was
The Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy Homeless people attending A&E at a Fife hospital are to be given specialist housing advice as part of a ground-breaking service delivered by Shelter Scotland and Fife Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).