C-Change Care Inspectorate Evaluation 2014
Published: June 5, 2014
The Care Inspectorate undertook an unannounced inspection visit with C-Change Scotland on the 12th March 2014, people we work for and employees of C-Change took the opportunity to meet with our link Officer Colin Goldie during the visit.
Thank you to everyone who was involved and shared their experiences of C-Change Scotland.
We were awarded the following grades:
Quality of Care and Support – Grade 5 – Very Good
Quality of Staffing – Grade 5 – Very Good
Quality of Management and Leadership – Grade 5 – Very Good
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United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities – SCLD Report
The Scottish Commision for Learning Disability (SCLD) has been supporting a group of people with learning disabilities from across Scotland to talk about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities (UNCRPD). As part of Learning Disability Week 2014, the group published a report on how real the rights in the UNCRPD are for people with learning disabilities in Scotland.
An individual we work for, Holly Millar was one of the individuals working with SCLD on this document. Holly has told us;
“I worked along with a group of people working with the SCLD to contribute to this document. My role was to look at how people with disabilities get a better life, some of which was based on my own personal experience.”
“I also did a talk on the importance of the awareness of human rights for people with learning disabilities to a large crowd at The National Friendship Event at The Arches in Glasgow earlier this year. This was with Dee Flannigan of the Scottish Human Rights Commission.”
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Click here for more on Human Rights via the SCLD website