Ideas Hub November 2017 Round Up

In case you missed them the first time around, here’s a round-up of all the stories posted on the Ideas Hub last month.

Idea of the Month: “If it’s not messy, it’s not co-production”

Margaret-Ann Brünjes, the Director of Glasgow Homelessness Network reminded us in a recent meeting that if it’s not messy, it’s not co-production!

Video: Wellbeing Teams

Wellbeing Teams are a fresh, new way to deliver home care. This short film illustrates how Wellbeing Teams work with people.

Guest Blog: Isn’t this all just a bit “touchy-feely”?

Dr Emma Plunkett explores this question she’s been asked about the Learning from Excellence approach which involves thanking people for good work and care.

Event: Placemaking with People

This week we heard an inspiring talk from La Pépinière, a design collective that collaboratively redevelops empty, urban areas into community spaces.

Case study: Hogeweyk, a village for everyone

We learn about a virtual village for people living with dementia open to everyone.

Video: Camerados – The answer to all our problems is each other

Camerados believe that we need two things to help us through tough times: human connections and purpose. Watch their video to learn what ‘a camerado’ is.

Case study: Local History Cafes

Check out this project that draws on the knowledge and spaces heritage organisations have and combines it with community wellbeing.

Case study: Camerados

We learn more about Camerados, a social movement of people that help each other out by creating environments for building connections and finding purpose.

Video: Cycling without Age

Watch this video about a cycling movement which we love because it reminds us that the same things make us all happy, regardless of age.

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