Youcan is a recycling initiative in Tayside creating employment for workers with additional needs as well as a great reinvestment in their local economy.
Read all about the great work they are doing to bring young people experiencing homelessness together through the beautiful game.
Interview with Andreas Rosenboom, Music Therapist
Andreas shared some stories and bits of advice that come from working as a music therapist.
Interview: Dr. Margaret Lobo, Otakar Kraus Music Trust
We sat down with Dr. Margaret Lobo, founder of the Otakar Kraus Music Trust to find out how she was inspired to work with others to find their voice.
, Best Mistake
, Children and Young People
, Citizen-led Action
, Community Development
, Community Engagement
, Mental Health
Otakar Kraus Music Trust
The Otakar Kraus Music Trust's work with children and adults with learning difficulties teaches us how to listen to stories that don't always use words.
The Soul Relics Museum
The Soul Relics Museum bridges the museum and mental health sectors, using object-based story-telling to bring us closer to the struggle of mental ill-health.
Tovertafel, Magic Table
Watch this mesmerising video about Tovertafel - a beautiful, interactive game that creates a ‘magic table’ which encourages people with dementia to play and spend time together.
A powerful personal story
Watch this powerful video of Debs Taylor's personal story of how art transformed her mental health, her life and the lives of those around her.
Feelings matter most, Dementia Care Matters
We've been thinking a lot about feelings this week! Watch this video from Dementia Care Matters' as a reminder that feelings matter most.
Learning from Excellence Conference
Our summary of Learning from Excellence's dynamic and engaging conference which taught us about the amazing power of people and positivity.
Living Well Network Hub: Meet people in cafes not clinics
We caught up with Stacey Hemphill, the Lambeth Living Well Network Hub Manager to learn more about how staff meet people at a place of their own choosing.
24 Hours in Urgent Care
A local community uses technology, theatre, participation and social media to co-produce a new mental health urgent care pathway.