Resources: Toolkits

  • Access to outdoor recreation by older people in Scotland

    This report details research on access to outdoor recreation for older people. In particular it looks at barriers to access and recommends potential solutions.

  • Add Life Toolkit

    Add Life Toolkit

  • Disability Hate Crime Resource

    I AM ME Scotland - Free Teachers Training Guide to Disability Hate Crime.

  • EAGLE ‘European Approaches to Inter-Generational Lifelong Learning'

    EAGLE ‘European Approaches to Inter-Generational Lifelong Learning'

  • Generations United: Creating An Age-Advantaged Community

    Since 2012, Generations United and MetLife Foundation have recognized the best intergenerational communities in the United States. From this work, Generations United has developed a series of tools to help communities become allage friendly.

  • Get Set Community Action

    You may have finished your Get Set for Community Action project, but you don’t need to stop making a difference in your community. There are many exciting opportunities that can support your continuing volunteering.

  • Grand Partners in Education - Family Engagement Toolkit

    Generations United has released a guide intended to be a resource to tap the time and talents of grandparents, along with parents, to jumpstart or enhance family engagement in schools.

  • Intergenerational Case Study template

  • Intergenerational Practice Toolkit - Old's Cool

    This toolkit was created in order to share the Old’s Cool model of Intergenerational Practice and to highlight best practice when working in partnership with schools.

  • Intergenerational Quiz Toolkit

    The idea of an intergenerational quiz is to develop community links between partners, harness the skills of all the participants and give them something meaningful to be a part of.

  • Place Standard Toolkit

    The Place Standard tool provides a simple framework to structure conversations about place. It allows you to think about the physical elements of a place (e.g. its buildings, spaces, and transport links) as well as the social aspects (e.g. whether people feel they have a say in decision making). The tool provides prompts for discussions, allowing you to consider all the elements of place in a methodical way. The tool pinpoints the assets of a place as well as areas where a place could improve.

  • Resources for building, space, place and communtiies

    The resources pages contain a mixture of useful downloads, publications such as fact sheets and toolkits, which may be able to support you or help you better understand community led design. There is a huge amount to consider when taking part in any built environment project and without the relevant information this can be a daunting task. The Glass-House can help at any stage.

  • Royal Blind Learning Hub

    The Royal Blind Learning Hub provides teacher training, educational resources, advice and workshops to teachers and other education professionals working with visually impaired children and young people.

  • Spirit of the Games

    Find out how sporting reminiscence, sporting heritage and inclusive sports can enrich the lives of young and old alike.

  • Stalled Spaces - Toolkit

    Stalled Spaces Scotland is a national programme commissioned by the Scottish Government and managed by Architecture and Design Scotland (A+DS) to encourage and support communities to bring stalled spaces or derelict and vacant land back into temporary use.

  • Towards more Confident Communities

    Towards more Confident Communities

  • Walk in our Shoes, Act on our Issues

    Walk in our Shoes, Act on our Issues' is a resource pack which will help you to identify barriers to older people's inclusion in your neighbourhood, and to get support from local decision makers for removing these barriers.