NHS Highland and Highland Council are coming to HUG’s Think IN to hear what you think about SDS in the Highlands.
Self-Directed Support is about giving people the choice, control and flexibility over the support and resources that they need to ensure that they can live an ordinary life.
With this in mind, NHS Highland and the Highland Council, supported by local and national partners, are keen to set out a new approach to providing SDS. They want to hear from anyone with an interest in the development and implementation of SDS locally.
HUG (Action for Mental Health) invites anyone in Highland who
- has lived experience of Mental Ill Health AND
- Social Care and Support at Home or trying to get this help
Join them online for ‘Good Conversations – A Consultation about Self Directed Support in Highland’ taking place on Thursday 26th August from 11am-12:30pm. Book your place at www.eventbrite.co.uk
Is this your experience of care at home?
- Supporting Independence and Freedom
- Control and Flexibility
- Choice and Dignity
- Equality and participation with your friends, neighbours, and people from your community
- Person-Centred and Creative Care Plans
- Simple Processes when choosing or making changes to your care and support
For more information and to take part, visit www.sdsscotland.org.uk