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Does your association really make an impact? - results

Last year, we asked if your association really makes an impact, and the results are in! 

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Homelessness Update November 2018

Rapid rehousing plans are being drafted by local authorites. When complete, they will set out how people experiencing homeless will be rehoused as quickly as possible. This article provides an update on issues relating to rapid rehousing and homelessness

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Adaptations Update November 2018

Adaptations can help people with mobility issues and physical disabilities live safely in their own homes. Many SFHA members have highlighted that funding for adaptations has fallen short in recent years, meaning tenants have had to wait for adaptations that will help them live their lives safely and independently.  This article provides a short summary of recent activity relating to adaptations and encourages SFHA members to complete a short survey about their funding situations. 

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Housing Management Update October 2018

Summary of events and developments for housing management colleagues across Scotland.

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SFHA Housing Innovation Projects up and running

The SFHA Innovation and Future Thinking Programme continues with 11 projects now underway, involving more than 60 people from across and out with the sector. Read on for everything you need to know about the Innovation and Future Thinking Programme.

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Fuel Poverty – SFHA to Submit Evidence to Parliament

A Fuel Poverty Bill is making its way through the Scottish Parliament.  As part of the process that shapes the content of the bill, the SFHA will be submitting evidence to the Local Government & Communities Committee which is scrutinising the Bill.  

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Creating ways for our people to openly and honestly contribute in a safe environment

Blog post by Lorna Wilson, SFHA Innovation and Future Thinking Lead. One of the most important aspects of innovation, is creating a place to work in which people feel they can contribute and where everyone feels they are helping to shape the future.   

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Future Thinking by Adam Greenfield

Adma Greenfield is a well know author with an interest in housing.

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Customer Engagement of the Future

One of SFHA's innovation teams has compiled case studies and resources for our members to help them widen and deepen customer engagement.  Find out about their work here.

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Housing First for Youth

Scottish Government data (2016) shows that at least 21% of young people become homeless within five years of leaving care. Some experts suggest this figure could be as high as 30–50% due to unreported homelessness. The UK’s first Housing First for Youth project, designed and implemented through a partnership between the youth homelessness charity Rock Trust and Almond Housing Association, receives funding from Nationwide.

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A New Horizon for Housing Associations

Glenn Adcook is Chief Executive of Osprey Housing Group that owns and manages over 1800 homes across Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City and Moray. This piece is written in a personal capacity and represents his own views.  

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User-Friendly Design Thinking, a blog by Professor Ken Gibb

In this article Professor Ken Gibb writes about user-friendly design thinking.   

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The Ten Faces of Innovation

Are you a Cross-Pollinator? Do you work with a Hurdler? Or a Storyteller?   

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Designing a great service through storyboarding: Collecting Input

When you have an idea (a storyboard, concept, prototype), to have the best chance of it progressing, speak to others as soon as possible to gather views/ perspectives.

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0141 212 7555

Glasgow

www.aspenpeople.co.uk

Aspen People

Training & Recruitment

0141 212 7555

Glasgow

www.aspenpeople.co.uk

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