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The 3rd STEP Program of 2016 has come to an end! Working in partnership with Abertay Housing Association, Positive Steps were delighted to deliver Positive Steps' 9 week lifestyle program (STEP) to the residents at Fintry Mains Sheltered Housing Complex. Using an action learning process,...

The STEP Program was delighted to have the Dundee Community Safety Partnership come to one of the STEP groups and give a talk to the participants about safety within the home. Working in partnership with the Police, the Dundee Community Safety Wardens can deal quickly...

STEP aims to tackle social isolation amongst older adults aged 65 plus by using an action learning process in a group work setting. Over the summer, it is intended to focus the Programme on people who live within Sheltered Housing Complexes.  We also run these...

The Care Inspectorate is changing the way it inspect. Some changes come into effect 1st April 2016, some from 1st July 2016. The proposed changes have been informed by a widespread consultation with a broad range of partners and stakeholders, including providers and service users, and...

Alan who was once supported by our Temporary Accommodation Outreach Service at the ‪#‎LilywalkerCentre‬ Is now supporting ‪#‎Homelessness‬. He has started to hand in big pots of homemade soup that he makes every Tuesday and hands it into the Lilywalker Centre. He stated that once you...

Our Community Learning and Development team were privileged to be part of a lecture titled ‘Creating Wellbeing – What is needed to transform Scottish society so that all citizens are able to thrive?’, delivered by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon MSP. The First Minister highlighted the integration...

After a recent visit from staff and the C.E.O from Crisis. They were very happy with their findings and produced this report about our services on their Crisis Website. It highlights how well, we are supporting the most vulnerable people in Dundee...

This guidance is meant to help staff dealing with unsuccessful applicants for Universal Credit who are threatening to self-harm or take their own life. But what this is doing is putting people in real danger because if people are assessed wrongly and they are already...

MSPs have formally protested against changes to the UK benefits system, marking the first time the Scottish Parliament has refused Westminster legislative consent. One of the main proposals in the UK government’s Welfare Reform Bill is to replace Disability Living Allowance with a ‘Personal Independence Payment...

What is Health Inequalities and how does it impact on people in our local communities. How can we challenge this? and Why should we care?...