A Watershed for Social work in Scotland?
Audit Scotland also stressed that the public and people who access the range of social work services provided across Scotland must be more involved in shaping future provision, with a debate required “on the level, the nature and affordability of services.”
If you would like to find out more about the findings of the report as well as to contribute towards the debate on the future of Social Work in Scotland Scottish Care invite you to join us at an event in Glasgow on Wednesday 30th November to take part.
Dr Donald Macaskill, Scottish Care CEO said:
“Scottish Care is delighted to support this event. The Audit Scotland report raises important challenges and issues which need to be addressed by all partners to endure we continue to adequately support our most vulnerable citizens.”
The session will bring together a wide range of stakeholders to consider the issues raised in the report, stimulate discussion and gather views on the future direction of social work.
The event is open to:
- People who use support and services
- unpaid carers
- scrutiny bodies
- representatives of third sector organisations
- social workers
- providers of health and social care
- Scottish Government officials, councillors and other politicians.
To secure your free place or for more information please contact
Rhona Millar on 0141 404 0231 or you can email at [email protected]