National Conversation on a Healthier Scotland – Midlothian

Cafe Connect host the National Conversation for a Healthier Scotland

Tuesday 26 January 2.30pm – 4pm (tea, coffee and chat from 2pm)
@ Dalkeith Older People’s Welfare Hall, St Andrew’s Street, Dalkeith

Forward MID and The ALLIANCE would like to invite you to come to Cafe Connect and join in with a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

The café will provide an opportunity for conversations around health and wellbeing and the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are important to this national conversation.

Café Connect is a vibrant community café run by Forward Mid. It gives disabled people a chance to meet up to talk and listen. Café Connect is a great place to find out useful information about a whole range of relevant supports and services; Welfare Reform, Access Issues, Self- Directed Support; a friendly gathering where everyone is welcome; a place where you can listen in, share your story, or just turn up for a coffee, tea and cake on the house!

Please help us share details of this event.  If you are interested in attending, contact us by calling 0141 404 0231, emailing Laura.McCulloch@alliance-scotland.org.uk or just turn up on the day, everyone is very welcome.

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – Moray

The ALLIANCE and Moray Third Sector Interface would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held in The Inkwell, Francis Place, Elgin on Wednesday 16th December 2015, at 9.30am – 12.30pm.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

To register for the event please click here. Or for more information please email academy@alliance-scotland.org.uk or call 0141 404 0231.

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – East Lothian

The ALLIANCE and STRiVE would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held in the Eskmills Function Suite (Musselburgh) on 07.12.2015, 12:30-16:00 (Arrival/Registration: 12:30pm, Event Start:1pm).

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

To register you place please click here or for more information email academy@alliance-scotland.org.uk.

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – East Ayrshire

The ALLIANCE and East Ayrshire Third Sector Interface would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held in the Grand Hall, 9 Green St, Kilmarnock KA1 3BN on Friday 4th December 2015, at 10am-12.30pm.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

Please register to attend on Eventbrite or call 0141 404 0231.

National Conversation on a Healthier Scotland – Angus

The ALLIANCE and Voluntary Action Angus would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held at the Reid Hall, Castle Street, Forfar DD8 3AE on Wednesday 2 December 2015, 11.00am – 1.30pm.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

To register for the event please click here. 

Please help us share details of this event.  If you have any questions please call 0141 404 0231

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – Fife

The ALLIANCE and Fife Voluntary Action would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held at New Volunteer House, 16 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy on 3 December 2015. The event will begin with anetworking lunch at 12.15pm followed by the Conversation Café from 1pm – 3.30pm.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

To register for the event please click here or email academy@alliance-scotland.org.uk for more information.

National Conversation on a Healthier Scotland – Aberdeen

The ALLIANCE, NHS Grampian and Aberdeen Foyer would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held in the The Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen on Monday 7th December 2015, at 1pm – 4pm.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

To register for the event please click here or for more information please email academy@alliance-scotland.org.uk

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – Dumfries and Galloway

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland

The ALLIANCE and Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held in Easterbrook Hall (Dumfries) on 30.11.2015, 12:30-15:00.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – North Ayrshire

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland

The ALLIANCE and North Ayrshire Third Sector Interface would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held in the Ardrossan Civic Centre, Castle Craigs Lounge on Friday 27th November 2015, at 11-1.30pm.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The ALLIANCE is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

Please help us share details of this event.  If you are interested in attending and contributing, please register with https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/national-conversation-on-a-healthier-scotland-north-ayrshire-tickets-18932941939 to confirm your place or call 0141 404 0231.

National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – Scottish Borders

The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland and Scottish Borders Third Sector Interface would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.

This pop up café will be held in Trieste House, Unit 15, Galabank Business Park, Wilderhaugh, Galashiels, TD1 1PR from 2pm until 4pm on Wednesday 25th November 2015.

The conversation café is an opportunity for citizens to engage with each other and share their views on:

  • What is needed to help you live well in the future?
  • What support do we need in Scotland to live healthier lives?

Following the Cabinet Secretary’s announcement at our recent Citizen Wellbeing Assembly of a National Conversation on creating a healthier Scotland, the café will provide an opportunity for constructive conversations around health and wellbeing which will form part of a dialogue on the future of health and social care in Scotland.

The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland is committed to working with Scottish Government to ensure that all voices are heard, especially seldom heard voices and those of people with lived experience. Your views matter and are key to the conversation. This is the first of a series of events across Scotland to give a voice to those who use support and services.

Please help us share details of this event. If you are interested in attending and contributing, please register with Eventbrite to confirm your place or call 0141 404 0231.