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How do we make Scotland kinder? The University of Edinburgh has been hosting conversations to find the answer. Read the report now.
Grandmothers involved in creating a positive lunchtime experience teach the children how to use cutlery, and they also grow and cook with the children.
Toolkits, guides and research results from the intergenerational care research programme at Griffith University, Queensland.
Befriending Network Scotland
We are all more likely to experience loneliness at certain times in our lives, such as retirement, bereavement or after becoming a parent. Disabled people experience the same life transitions as everyone else, but in addition to this, having a disability means they are more likely to be chronically lonely than non-disabled people. This report outlines experiences of loneliness and solutions from disabled people themselves.
Since its formation in 1992, the Charitable Foundation has aimed to make a positive and lasting change to the lives of children and young people.