We are cancelling all training (Borders Care Learning Network) and planned events / meetings until further notice. We will review the situation regularly and keep you up to date. Individuals who have booked onto courses or events and have supplied… Continue Reading Coronavirus
We will be hosting a Conversation Cafe on Borderline Personality Disorder, to consider how we can better support people in the community. It will take place on Thursday 26th March, in partnership with Serendipity.
Our training programme for January-June 2020 is now available to download from our website. You can also download a booking form and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org
Borders Care Voice, the ALLIANCE, and the Borders Carers Centre are hosting an event to discuss integration and the support it provides for carers. People with both lived and professional experience are invited to come along to Galashiels Volunteer Hall on… Continue Reading Carers and integration
Borders Voluntary Community Care Forum (BVCCF – now Borders Care Voice) – carried out an audit of the training needs of the independent and voluntary sector providers in 2008-2009. When that report was submitted to NHS Borders and Scottish Borders… Continue Reading Celebrating 10 years of the Learning Network
We have a vacancy for a collective advocacy worker for our You See It All project. You will help to give a voice to some of the most marginalised and socially isolated in the Scottish Borders. You will work with… Continue Reading We’re recruiting!
We will be celebrating 10 years of Borders Care Learning Network (BCLN) at a members’ info and networking event – followed by our AGM – on Wednesday 11th September at 11am. The event takes place in the back hall of… Continue Reading Celebrating 10 years of BCLN
You See It All is our new collective advocacy project dedicated to helping people who feel isolated or marginalised in their own communities. We understand that people can experience these feelings for a great many reasons – but we believe… Continue Reading Share your stories, create the change, lead through experience
We will be running training for members of our working groups in July. It will equip them to represent their groups, and other people with lived experience. It is a requirement for being a representative at joint planning groups and meetings.… Continue Reading Training for working group reps
We are delighted to welcome Corrina Beighton to our staff team. Corrina, who previously worked for Ability Borders, joins us as the Project Worker for our new Collective Advocacy Project, funded by People’s Health Trust and The Robertson Trust. The project aims… Continue Reading New staff member