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The Write Way?

May 6, 2024

By Andrew Moodie “Most writers will probably tell you that the best way to learn how to write is to…

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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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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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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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Dod Scout posing as the MGM lion on a black background. In large whiet writing at the top, it reads 'The Annual Report 22/23'. Better Is Possible is written in gold writing.

C-Change Annual Report 2022/23

November 3, 2023

Our extended full PDF version Roll the credits!

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The Next Generation – Right To Better

October 4, 2023

One of C-Change Scotland’s strategic aims is to ensure the sustainability and development of the organisation.  Traditionally for organisations that…

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Leading The Change: Living life to a different beat

May 5, 2023

Ninian spent a lot of time in hospital. Not the type of hospital that heals you; the kind that people lived in for years and years, a long stay institution.

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Coronavirus and the mighty teacher

May 4, 2023

I was walking around Kelvingrove Park, avoiding everyone, with B and Scout (my dog) as the sun began to set,…

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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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Alec’s Story – How we can all listen and learn

May 2, 2023

Alec had been supported to move out of Merchiston Hospital into a group home. He tried to get out of the house and went through an upstairs window. It was the only route available to him, the doors were locked. He hurt himself, he was deemed too risky, he was returned to hospital.

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