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Equally Valued

March 19, 2024

C-Change CEO Sam Smith appeared on the Equally Valued podcast. Sam participated in a panel session alongside Rosie Smith (Director…

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An image of a woman with dark hair and a dark v-neck top looking at the camera. She has a serious expression and her head and shoulders are surrounded by a thick green outline. The image is on a black background with grey concentric circles. The CCPS (Coalition of Care & Support Providers) logo sits at the top left. On the right-hand side is the message: “I’m Zoe, a Personal Development Worker at C-Change. For me, being paid £13 an hour would make a huge difference. That’s why I’m asking the Scottish Government to: value me, invest in Scotland and Rethink Your Budget.” The image is part of CCPS’s Rethink to 13 campaign, which calls on Scottish Government to increase pay for social care and support staff to £13 per hour from April.

Rethink to13 Campaign

January 16, 2024

We fully support the Coalition of Care and Support Providers in Scotland (CCPS – voice of not-for-profit social care providers in…

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Barrijon and Bob’s visit to the Riverside Museum

January 12, 2024

Barrijon was up early on Saturday morning, excitedly looking forward of our plans to go to the Riverside Museum.   After…

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Human Rights – All Our Rights

December 12, 2023

with Human Rights Consortium Scotland We join with 57 organisations in urging Scotland’s First Minister to put #AllOurRights in law…

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Back To The Future

October 9, 2023

Organisations are strange things. They evolve incrementally, every day a small change. Often this can be a good thing. It…

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It is all about belief 

May 26, 2023

In memory of RS – a teacher of faith  She was a complex individual; there were many layers to her. …

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2023

May 19, 2023

‘Owning it, naming it, ensuring the subject becomes part of everyday conversation‘ What more can we do to address the…

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Lead to Change: Caught in the riptide

May 3, 2023

There is an assumption that health and social care support is inherently good or, at worst, benign. Such a scarce…

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A Tribute to John Kane

April 12, 2023

By Sam Smith In celebration of a generous man  John was a kind and thoughtful man who gave so much…

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International Women’s Day 2023

March 8, 2023

“Today on International Women’s Day let’s briefly consider how far we have come and what we, each of us, can…

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