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Membership

Self Directed Support Scotland (SDSS) is a membership organisation. The focus and direction of our work reflects the needs and priorities of our membership in their role in supporting people across Scotland.

Our member organisations come from all areas of Scotland and each organisation is concerned with supporting the implementation and development of self-directed support (SDS) in their area and beyond.

If you would be interested in applying for membership please email our Membership Development Executive: Mark@sdsscotland.org.uk

Member News

UK Government Survey on Strategy for Disabled People
January 21, 2021

The Scottish Government has launched a public survey to gather views of disabled people, carers, ...

SAVE THE DATE - SDS National Voice 2021
January 20, 2021

We’re delighted to confirm that our annual National Voice conference will be taking place on ...

Personal Assistant COVID-19 Testing - workshops
January 14, 2021

Expansion of testing to adult care at home (Adult Day Centres/services; Sheltered Housing and Multiple ...

Parent Club
January 14, 2021

Finding the right information and support as a parent can be difficult. That’s why the ...

ShiftThePower Coronavirus Response Fund
January 13, 2021

Corra Foundation Coronavirus Grants ShiftThePower Coronavirus Response Fund has reopened and will operate on a rolling ...

New e-learning Platform from Your Options Understood
January 13, 2021

Connect with a new e-learning resource today: Designed and delivered by Dr Danielle Farrel, the Managing ...

Learning from our first virtual event – Paving the Way
January 12, 2021

‘Paving the Way’ was Self Directed Support Scotland’s 2020 AGM, and it was our first ...

Webinar Wednesday
January 11, 2021

Join our Chief Executive, Donald Macleod, on Wednesday (13 January) as he chats with the ...

Scottish Government Vaccination Programme Update (Jan 2021)
January 4, 2021

New Vaccination Update from 1 January 2021: Including Priority Groups The Chief Medical Officer for Scotland ...