Last autumn, Tony Clapham (pictured left with our chair Lewis Ritchie) received the QNIS Postgraduate Academic Prize for the University of the Highlands and Islands. Thanks to some great media work by the team at UHI, Tony’s award was even featured across local press, based on this original release. We always ask our prizewinners to…
This project offers a safe environment for adults with learning disabilities and mental health conditions can be enabled to better understand, manage and maintain their own wellbeing. The aim will be for each individual to identify what they are like when they are well, and when they are unwell, promoting an individual definition of recovery.
This project introduces group sessions for adults with learning disabilities in West Lothian. Each session will focus on a different aspect of health – from accessing GP services to sexual health and other relevant health issues. It is hoped this will provide participants a better level of knowledge about common health problems whilst increasing awareness of how to access services.