A pioneering centre for children, young people and adults who have been victims of sexual assault and other forms of abuse and neglect is to be created for Edinburgh and the Lothians.
Adults and older people news
**Published on behalf of the Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership.**
A joint inspection of health and social work services for older people in Edinburgh has been published today (Tuesday 16 May).
Residents at Edinburgh’s care homes warmed up for next month’s Olympics by taking part in their own mini games on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 July.
An Edinburgh care home has become the first in Scotland to win a coveted Soil Association’s Silver Food For Life (FFL) Catering Mark.
An invasion of stop-motion stick-figures will create a spectacle of light when a major installation makes its first appearance in Scotland next month.
The first official step towards a jointly led health and social care service will take place tomorrow (Friday July 17th) when the Edinburgh Integration Joint Board meets for the first time.
Construction work has begun on a major project to build Edinburgh’s latest new, fit for purpose care home as part of continued investment in services for older people.
Two charities that support elderly residents in Edinburgh have had their work recognised by Her Majesty the Queen.
Willow - a ground breaking partnership that provides support to women in the criminal justice system - has been awarded the prestigious COSLA Gold Award.
A new awareness campaign was launched today (Monday February 16th) to highlight the stigma associated with dementia, and the little things we can all do to help.
A five week holiday language course is one of the highlights of the new Adult Education Programme launched by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Edinburgh's older people are set to enjoy improved social lives thanks to community transport being given a £225,000 funding boost.