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The sun was shining and there was an buzz of joy and excitement in the room. Ian talked about how Gaun Yersel came at a time when the healthcare system was beginning to look at building a better gakn and how self management is a key indicator for success. Both Susan and Kevin were instrumental in the creation and implementation of Gaun Yersel and openly talked about the bold ask they put to Scottish Government back in to let them write the strategy with it being led by real people living with long term conditions.
Susan made the crowd laugh as she talked about the moment they got the go-ahead and the scary phase of what that actually meant.
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Writing a co-produced strategy before co-production was even a thing. Dorothea and Audrey shared some of their writing that they have produced through the groups. These groups aimed to promote recovery and provide support to people to share their stories. Both Dorothea and Audrey spoke about the up and down journey of creative writing to support their own self management.
You can read their writing by following this link this link will take you away from our website. Listening haun the stories highlighted the importance of creativity in recovery. Before the night broke into mingling and chatter, Cath highlighted how we are baun on a journey to embedding self management across the sector.
Bringing in her own learning from the days conference, Cath quoted the fantastic poet Shaun Moore. The night was an overall success and I think with the changing landscape of health and social care; the messy and sometimes hard to navigate systems, we do need to take the time to celebrate success and people.
So here we are, in the 10th Anniversary year of a strategy still widely reference across Scotland. The Self Management Team will be continuing with activities throughout the year and we are keen for everyone to be a part of that. Self Management Week has the theme of Gaun Yersel! The week runs from the 1st — 5th October, so if you have ideas about how to get involved and help promote self management, get in touch.
We would love to hear your thoughts. Argyll and Bute got together recently to focus on their own Self Management Strategy.
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This new partnership programme will support self management and develop understanding of health and care information and services. Take a moment to haun this story. We thought you might also like: