Internet radio podcast for Scotland's social services

Internet radio for Scotland's social services

29 March, 2016

Action on Hearing Loss Scotland

According to Delia Henry, Director at Action on Hearing Loss Scotland, hearing loss and deafness don't often get highly profiled in Scottish society. In this episode, Michael McEwan speaks to...


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25 February, 2016

Disabled Access Day

Kiki McDonald, the Founder of Disabled Access Day, speaks to Michael McEwan about Disabled Access...
19 January, 2016

Never underestimate people with disability: My Life my Way with Wesley Greer

Wesley (Wes) Greer talks to Michael McEwan about his life from school through the highs and lows...
18 December, 2015

My life my way - Lynn Murdoch

In our continuing series My Life, My Way Lynn Murdoch talks candidly to Michael McEwan about life...
30 November, 2015

My life my way. George Gordon

Michael McEwan talks to George Gordon, a part-time receptionist with with SCLD who has previously...
9 October, 2015

Hate Crime Awareness Week 2015

Hate Crime Awareness Week takes place 10-17 October 2015. In this episode Michael McEwan finds...
18 September, 2015

Violent and aggressive children: caring for those who care

Adoptive or foster parents often believe they have failed and blame themselves for their child...

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28 episode(s)

Michael McEwan

I used to work for Scottish Commission for Learning Disabillity where I travelled to present to different...

5 episode(s)

Scottish Attachment in Action

Scottish Attachment In Action (SAIA) is an interest, campaigning and learning and development organisation....

3 episode(s)

Brigid Daniel

Brigid Daniel is the Head of Social Work at the...

University of Stirling

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