If you or your client is in receipt of SDS, CCI are able to offer supported placements to engage in training and volunteering opportunities.
What to expect from CCI
Training, support and challenges!
• Your own person centred plan which identifies your personal, social and vocational goals
• A key worker to support you to achieve these goals
• Training opportunities to help you reach your full potential
What you’ll get our of your involvement with CCI
• Be part of a team
• Make a positive contribution to your community
• Learn new skills and put them in to practice
• Improve your health and wellbeing
• Develop self confidence
Who is eligible for Self-Directed Support?
SDS is a Scottish Government Strategy designed to give people more choice, control, flexibility and creativity over how their support is provided. SDS can be used in a variety of ways to meet your support needs. Anyone assessed as needing social care services is eligible for SDS, with a few exceptions. To find out more about SDS visit www.selfdirectedsupportscotland.org.uk.
“It gives me something to look forward to and helps me to feel like I’m giving back to the community.”
“The work is good and I get a chance to meet new people plus lots of training opportunities.”
If you are in receipt of SDS, and are interested in finding out more about what CCI does, please call 01555 664211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clydesdale Community Initiatives was initially set-up in 2002 to enable young people at risk and adults with mental health issues to develop a derelict site in Lanark, South Lanarkshire. This project was so successful, with both groups gaining exceptional skills and confidence from their involvement, that it was decided they would undertake further projects.