Scottish Government engagement session

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I am writing on behalf of the Scottish Government’s National Care Service Division, to inform you of two engagement sessions that we are running later in April/early May, and to ask if you could cascade the information to anyone who might be interested in taking part.

Scottish Government officials will be hosting two sessions to find out more about the difficulties that people suffering from ME face when accessing social care support services. The sessions are due to take place on 24 April and 1 May, from 14:00-15:00.

The first session will focus on your experiences of accessing social care and the assessment process. During the second session, which will be held the following week, we will be asking how you think the process could be improved.

Both sessions will last no longer than 1 hour each, and you are free to join for as little or as long as you can. They will both be run on Microsoft Teams. So that we can hear from everyone taking part, spaces will be limited to 8 people. If you’re interested in taking part, please email to register your interest by 19 April.

I would be very grateful if you could forward this to anyone you think might be interested in joining. I would also be very happy to have a chat beforehand if you have any questions.

Many thanks,


Colin McKnight (He/Him) | Advocacy, Access and Models of Care Unit | Directorate for Social Care and NCS Development | Scottish Government | 5 Atlantic Quay | Glasgow | G2 8LU

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