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Goldfish and Bearded Dragon: Illustration representing themes of choice and individuality in 'George & The Beard Dragon' poem by Julie McNeil

The Goldfish & The Bearded Dragon – Poem

April 19, 2024

How can you paint a rainbow with only black and white? How can you feel connected if no one asks…

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You Cannot Be Serious?!

April 5, 2024

By Julie McNeill They say that laughter is the best medicine. Here at C-Change, we are serious about what we…

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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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Pure Dead Brilliant.

March 8, 2024

International Women’s Day Blog Earlier this week, sat in Castlemilk Community Centre, I felt the ethos of International Women’s Day…

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Social Care Commissioning System: “Out of Whack!”

March 4, 2024

CCPS‘s latest publication, “It’s Out of Whack!”, examines the potential of an ethical approach to social care planning and procurement.…

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Cyber Security Week

March 1, 2024

By Lesley Sharkey At C-Change we recognise that our greatest asset is our people: the people we work for, their…

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Cyber Security

February 29, 2024

By Julie McNeill Two very scary sounding words – Cyber Security – they conjure up hackers, bots, identity theft and dark…

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Animated letter being written.

Uncle James by Vince Meegan

February 22, 2024

Lest We Forget Autumn 2023, C-Change CEO Sam Smith appeared on the popular BBC Radio4 show ‘History on the Edge’,…

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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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