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We are looking for a Mental Health Development Worker (21 hours per week) to join our small, friendly team in the Scottish Borders. Your role will be to help people with lived experience (and their unpaid carers) to be involved… Continue Reading We are recruiting!
Some of our courses are still being delivered remotely on Microsoft Teams or Zoom. However, we are now offering some sessions face to face. Please be aware that this will depend on the Government advice and restrictions in place and… Continue Reading Learning Network updates
Borders Care Voice Learning Network is delivering training on Improving Mental Health and Preventing Suicide in the Scottish Borders from April 2021. We have been commissioned by the Joint Health Improvement Team, who developed the training, to offer these sessions… Continue Reading Improving Mental Health and Preventing Suicide in the Scottish Borders
We have published our training programme for April-June 2021. All courses will continue to be delivered remotely, apart from essential training. You can download the programme, which includes a link to book online. We look forward to seeing you next… Continue Reading April – June training programme
Our Annual Report for 2019-2020 is now available. You can download it here.
Our courses continue to be held online via Microsoft Teams or Zoom. Details of September sessions are below: Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th September from 10am-11.30am Infection control (held over 2 sessions) Facilitated on Microsoft Teams by KB Training The… Continue Reading September training programme
All our planned events and meetings, and Borders Care Learning Network training sessions ,are cancelled until further notice. Staff are working at home and available on e-mail and by mobile phone. The office voicemail for both Borders Care Voice and… Continue Reading Coronavirus
We will be hosting a Conversation Cafe on Borderline Personality Disorder, to consider how we can better support people in the community. It will take place on Thursday 26th March, in partnership with Serendipity.
The Borders Health and Social Care Partnership has re-established the five Locality Working Groups. An initial meeting has been set up in each locality and the public is being invited to participate. Meeting will be held in:· Teviot & Liddesdale,… Continue Reading Locality Working Groups up and running again
Alzheimer Scotland Borders is collecting the views of people living with memory problems and their families across the Scottish Borders. In early 2020, it will hold face-to-face consultation events to discuss the findings of this initial consultation; bringing together interested… Continue Reading Last call for consultation