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This week’s COSLA Elected Members briefing

From Stefanie McCourt, Policy Assistant – Media and Communications, COSLA Welcome to the latest Elected Members Bulletin, your weekly update from COSLA covering issues related to COVID-19. Information and resources can also be found on COSLA’s social media accounts, with the Facebook account and Twitter account updated on a regular basis. The COSLA website can … Continue reading This week’s COSLA Elected Members briefing

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Care Inspectorate Care Homes for Older People- Sharing your experiences and learning from COVID-19

From the Care Inspectorate We recognise that this has been a really challenging and difficult time for many people working in social care. Over the coming months the Care Inspectorate would like to hear directly from you about your experiences. We will be working with a selection of partners across health and social care to … Continue reading Care Inspectorate Care Homes for Older People- Sharing your experiences and learning from COVID-19

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Standards Commission – July 2020 Update

From Julie Scott, Standards Commission Here is the Standards Commission Update – July 2020 . If you have any questions, or if you wish to advise of a change of contact details, please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind regards Julie Scott Administrative AssistantINTEGRITY  IN  PUBLIC  LIFEStandards Commission for ScotlandRoom T2.21The Scottish ParliamentEdinburghEH99 1SPwww.standardscommissionscotland.org.uk

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You are magic!

From East Lothian Council Email Alert PAM Assist, our Employee Assistance Programme provider, have recorded a webinar called “Maintaining a Positive Mindset During Difficult Times”.  The purpose is to understand how to deal with change productively during the current climate and for anytime in our lives.   It is about 30 minutes long and very easy … Continue reading You are magic!

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