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.
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!
Wellbeing Teams are a fresh, new way to deliver home care. This short film illustrates how Wellbeing Teams work with people.
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.
This week we heard an inspiring talk from La Pépinière, a design collective that collaboratively redevelops empty, urban areas into community spaces.
We learn about a virtual village for people living with dementia open to everyone.
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.
Check out this project that draws on the knowledge and spaces heritage organisations have and combines it with community wellbeing.
We learn more about Camerados, a social movement of people that help each other out by creating environments for building connections and finding purpose.
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.