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Home | Luminate News | Our partnership with Scottish Care

Our partnership with Scottish Care

Fri, 14th Feb 2020

Scottish Care represents the largest group of independent sector social care providers across Scotland. Membership includes private, not-for-profit and charitable organisations, which deliver residential care, nursing care, day care, care at home and housing support services.

We are committed to making sure that the voices of both those who access social care and those who provide services are at the centre of national debate on care services. The organisation aims to ensure the highest quality of care is available to all who need it, regardless of age, circumstance, or where they live. We are passionate about supporting services to deliver and develop the care that their communities require and deserve.

Scottish Care are proud to be a partner in the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network, and be able to provide advice to support the inclusion of older people who are being cared for within our work. We want to make sure people living with dementia are able to find and access opportunities to enjoy all the benefits that singing in a group brings.

We are excited about the potential of the Network in providing inclusive, community-based and creative opportunities for older individuals across Scotland. This will include those who access social care services at home and in care homes.

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