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Take a look behind the scenes Inverclyde

Take a look behind the scenes Inverclyde

See what our staff and people we support get up to and find out more about the service
Video Highlights of TPS Connects 2016

Video Highlights of TPS Connects 2016

TPS Connects 2016 was held over a packed 2 days of activities at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel in Clydebank.  It is an event for people supported by Turning Point Scotland. The conference was organised by the TPS Connects Committee and was supported on the day by a team of volunteers. The first conference in...
Career progression at Turning Point Scotland

Career progression at Turning Point Scotland

Louise Cockburn works for Turning Point Scotland Inverclyde as the Relief Admin Assistant and she has worked long and hard to gain her NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Business and Administration Knowledge qualification.  Louise studied the principles of personal responsibilities, providing admin services, managing information, supporting change, maintaining stock and budgets in a business environment....
Chief Executive Martin Cawley leaves

Chief Executive Martin Cawley leaves

Turning Point Scotland can announce that Chief Executive Martin Cawley has left. He will take on the post as Director of Big Lottery Scotland. Martin said: “I have enjoyed the last 8 years immensely. It wasn’t an easy decision to come to. Leading Turning Point Scotland is one of the most exciting and challenging roles...
Respects paid to former Operations Manager Ian Irvine

Respects paid to former Operations Manager Ian Irvine

The staff team at Turning Point Scotland are deeply saddened to hear of the sudden passing of former colleague Ian Irvine.  We would like to pass on our condolences to Ian’s sons, Allan and Jack, all our thoughts are with them at this time. Ian retired from Turning Point Scotland last summer as Operations Manager...
Mental Health Awareness Week: MB's story

Mental Health Awareness Week: MB’s story

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week we feature a final poignant story about the impact of mental health issues.  MB describes how important support was to her: “It was a disappointment, to open my eyes in the morning.  The sunlight barely registered.  I didn’t want to get up: there was no reason for me...
Mental Health Awareness Week: Ruth's story

Mental Health Awareness Week: Ruth’s story

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week we are profiling some of the challenges and issues people we support have overcome. Ruth describes the positive things in her life since coming to Rosie’s Social Enterprises: “I found out about Rosies from my occupational therapist two years ago. She was helping me to socialise and get...
Beautiful Perth & Turning Point Scotland celebrate Learning Disability Week

Beautiful Perth & Turning Point Scotland celebrate Learning Disability Week

The car park at Bridgend is getting a face lift thanks to a joint action day being held by two local charities to celebrate Learning Disability Week 2016.  Beautiful Perth is the local charity that runs the ‘Perth in Bloom’ campaign, and Turning Point Scotland supports adults with a range of complex needs. The two...
Mental Health Awareness Week: Making a difference

Mental Health Awareness Week: Making a difference

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week we are bringing you some positive stories from Rosie’s Social Enterprises in Aberdeen. Rosie’s Social Enterprises provides vocational training, support and work experience for people recovering from acquired brain injuries, mental health and a range of other conditions.  We operate as professional businesses and our trading activities provide income...
End of an era for Operations Manager Dave Bleasdale

End of an era for Operations Manager Dave Bleasdale

Turning Point Scotland Operations Manager Dave Bleasdale is retiring after nearly two decades with the organisation. Dave joined Turning Point Scotland in 1998 and is Operations Manager based in Dumfries and Galloway where we provide housing support and care at home services for people aged 11 and over who have a range of support issues...
Rosie's Cafe hosts Employability event

Rosie’s Cafe hosts Employability event

A group of people supported from across all 6 of the workshops at Rosie’s Social Enterprises gathered at Rosie’s Cafe for an informal presentation on local opportunities.  With presentations from Remploy and ACVO, the event provided information on what volunteering and employment support opportunities are available within Aberdeen. Since the event  they have had several...
Connecting Citizens

Connecting Citizens

Turning Point Scotland has taken on an exciting new approach which will be embedded as a central part of the culture and ethos of the organisation. Citizenship is a philosophy and model originating from America but was brought here by Turning Point Scotland, following the emerging partnership and links with both the University of Strathclyde...