Thorntree Street is working with the Citadel Arts Group on the STORY OF LEITH. This project will celebrate the memories of older people in the deprived area of Leith, Edinburgh. Our older playwrights group will create dramatic scenes based on local history and living memories of frail elderly people which will educate school pupils as […]
We are delighted to announce that our CARDS volunteer team have been selected to receive an Inspiring Volunteering Achievement Award, presented by the Lord Provost of Edinburgh at the City Chambers in June. CARDS has 40 volunteers supporting over 40 service users in their homes and the community. Recently we have developed a collaborative project […]
Freddie is among one in six men in the country who reports physical or emotional harm by a partner, according to the NHS – and one of a lucky few to have access to specialist support. So how much and what sort of support is out there for male victims of domestic abuse, like Freddie? An Inside […]
Yet another very positive Care Inspectorate report, this time for our Thorntree Street service. With six stars for quality of care and support, and five stars each for quality of staffing, management and leadership, it’s a well-deserved well done to the entire team!
Our friends at Edinburgh Community Yoga have produced this great video on how yoga can contribute to good mental mental health. We appear to explain how it benefitted Rowan Alba service users! @RowanAlba thanks @RowanAlba and Julie! — Laura Wilson (@EdCommunitYoga) February 27, 2015
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Our accommodation and support service for women, Stramullion, has been an ‘excellent’ rating by the Care Inspectorate, following an unannounced inspection in early December. The quality of care and support, staffing and management were all rated 5, ‘very good’, with our excellent 6 also relating to the quality of care and support. Here what some […]
Our CARDS service has received a grant of £500 from the Bank of Scotland Community Fund. A huge thanks to everyone who voted for us! Your votes mean we will be able to buy five aid kits for clients with alcohol related brain damage (ARBD). These kits contain practical aids like post-its, diaries, memory aids […]