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Read how South Lanarkshire Council has created a story map to share and communicate the issues around air quality with its local community
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Read how this Moray Council network promotes healthy and active ageing through gentle exercise, activities and hosting speakers
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Read how this Midlothian Council service aims to improve the health and well-being of people with mental health issues or poor well-being in the area
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Read how North Ayrshire Council collaborated with stakeholders in recovery, providing a supportive, informal community hub with access low cost, high quality food and other support
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Read how this Midlothian Council project offers new imaginative and enriching tailored and personalised experiences for adults with learning disabilities and adults with autism
Read how Scottish Borders Council has used co-production to achieve best value and cost-effectiveness through procurement
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Read how North Ayrshire Council has worked in partnership to reduce youth offending incidents and the number of referrals to the Children's Reporter
Read how this North Ayrshire Council programme has clear vision for harnessing the assets and skills of people with learning disabilities, and those on the autistic spectrum
Read how North Ayrshire Council piloted and rolled out a training programme to enable Care at Home staff to administer eye drops to service users.
Read how West Dunbartonshire has delivered a significant improvement in avoiding delays in hospital discharges and reduced unnecessary emergency admissions to hospital.
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Read how North Ayrshire Council collaborated in setting up workshops using forum theatre to raise awareness and encourage local action planning in relation to disability hate crime.
Read how this Aberdeenshire plan aims to set out strategic actions to improve integration between transport and health outcomes
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Read how this Glasgow City Council partnership uses Holistic Needs Assessment to support people affected by cancer
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Read how Glasgow City Council has developed a model of intermediate care to promote independence, enable living at home and reduce long-term care admissions
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Read how Dundee City Council and the NHS are improving hospital discharge procedures and reducing delayed discharge.
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Read about the Inverclyde community challenge to get people to walk one million miles in one year.
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Read how East Ayrshire Council is helping support the assisted living needs and provide accommodation for adults with complex learning and physical disabilities
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Read how Midlothian Council ensures those who are diagnosed with cancer are prepared for and supported to live with the after effects of the diagnosis and its treatment.
Read how Argyll and Bute Council is providing information, support and signposting in a networked partnership approach across the council area
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Read how this Edinburgh Council partnership is providing welfare benefits and income maximisation to people affected by cancer.
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Read how this East Renfrewshire Council cycle club promotes exercise and social opportunities through cycling
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Read how West Dunbartonshire Health & Social Care Partnership is improving end-of-life experiences for patients and their families
Read how North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership aims to engage with a diverse local audience to reflect the needs and aspirations of local people.
Read how North Ayrshire Council ran a successful event challenging decision making, engaging with service users, families and carers to achieve the best outcome for individuals
Read how Argyll and Bute Council has helped improve the confidence and capability in making health choices for individuals through this support programme
Read how this service, provided by North Lanarkshire Council, is designed to provide a responsive, personalised and flexible service to those needing a high level of care
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Read how this Dundee CIty Council service supports the mental health, physiological and safety needs of young people in the area
Read how the City of Edinburgh Council has worked in partnership to provide help, support and opportunities for women in the justice system
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