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Our Quality Advisors meet the Inspire team

As part of our recent exciting merger with North Scotland-based charity, Inspire, our Quality Advisors were delighted to meet the charity’s Positive People Improvement Council!

Screen shot of a Zoom call featuring the Inspire team meeting Community Integrated Care's Quality AdvisorsThe Positive People Improvement Council (PPIC), created by Inspire, is made up of colleagues and people supported by the charity. Meeting every month, the purpose of the group is to provide people with a voice and enable them to get involved in different areas of work across the charity – from supporting with policies to campaigning for local and national matters.

With a similar focus to our very own Quality Advisors, the PPIC were delighted to welcome Scottish Quality Advisor, Erin O’Neill, and Project Manager, Katie Cairns, to this month’s meeting – where discussions focused on the importance of collaborating with the people we support and ways we can work together in the future.

As an expert by experience, Erin told the PPIC about her work with auditing local services, supporting our people to share their feedback and experiences, and all of the ways the Inspire team can become involved in Community Integrated Care’s upcoming campaigns and events.

Andrew Reid, Development Manager for Inspire, said: “It was brilliant for representatives from both groups to be able to meet and share their knowledge and experiences. It’s evident that there’s a lot of commonalities between the Quality Advisors and Positive People Improvement Council, where we share the same vision and passion. We’re looking forward to linking up again soon and working together in the future.”

Find out more about our Quality Advisors here.

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