It's moving week at SHARE Scotland's Head Office in Silk Street, Paisley.
It's the end of an era... but the beginning of a new and improved one! As of Monday 9th of December 2013 SHARE Scotland's Head Office will be officially located in our new office in Govan.Read More
SHARE Scotland warmly invites you to come along to our Christmas Fayre on Friday 13th December to help us raise lots of money for our service in Ibrox, Glasgow. Read more for details ...Read More
SHARE Scotland are now fully accredited as a Living Wage Employer. The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually, based on the cost of living in the UK.
Share Scotland working in partnership with Cornerstone Community Care have been successful in securing funding for three years from Big Lottery Scotland to provide the Moving On Transition Service.Read More
In order to improve and maintain the care for people with special needs the Government has published their final report for developments in 2013, the Winterbourne View hospital report created social out cry for much needed progress and improvements within the social care industry to make sure everyone is treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.Read More
Our artist in residence Karen, a young woman supported by Share Scotland, will be holding a Solo Art Exhibition of her mixed media artworks in Edinburgh's Engine Shed.Read More
The latest Care Inspectorate report has just been published, and we're delighted to annouce that we have maintained our record of a perfect score of 6 out of 6 for Quality of Care and Support.Read More
Share Scotland had a mystery shopper at a recent event.
At the Art of Living Lifestyle Show, which took place in the Arches in April this year, was a 'whole-life marketplace' for people with disabilities. There were over 50 stalls representing organisations that provide support, advice or services to disabled people, as well as a number of workshops throughout the day. Pauline and Dougie manned the Share Scotland stall for the day, providing information to a wide range of people.
Unknown to stallholders, there were twelve mystery shoppers evaluating the event. They secretly visited the stands, taking note of how they were treated by the organisations' representatives.Read More