Life Transitions and well-being

This includes changes that an individual, family or group might experience across the life course, e.g., bereavement, trauma, growing up with a disability, birth of a child and developmental stages.

Multiple and multi-dimensional transitions: Understanding the life transitions of young adults cared for by CHAS and the impact on their parents, siblings and professionals

This study aimed to gain a clear understanding of the life transitions of young adults with life limiting conditions as they move to adulthood, as well as the impact of the young adult’s life transitions and choices on significant others (namely families, professionals) and vice versa. The study was longitudinal with methodological and source triangulation. Data were collected from 12 young adults, 10 family members and 11 professionals. Please access the Executive Summary for more information and contact Divya Jindal-Snape (d.jindalsnape...

  • Funding/Funder: Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS)

Place age

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Judith Sixsmith is a co-author on a new policy and guidelines publication called Place-Age, Place-Making with older adults towards age-friendly cities and communities. The book has developed from the Place-Age project (ESRC-Newton funded UK-Brazil research collaboration) and highlights the ways in which policy and practice needs to change to promote age-friendly communities.  For more information about the project, please see the Place-Age project website:www.placeage.org...

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SMART Project

The SMART (Skill Matching Assistance and Reporting Tool) tool supports ICT-based teaching and learning as well as ICT-based assessment practices in the youth sector. ...

  • Funding/Funder: Erasmus Plus

Future Transitions in Palliative Care

Funded by the Scottish Universities Insight Institute (www.scottishinsight.ac.uk), the programme explores the future of palliative care for people with life limiting conditions to build a contextual understanding of care needs and aspirations across the life course and scope future care models that support the development of person-centred care towards Scotland 2030. There is a need to focus on positive and preferable destinations of care where the ethos and values of services provide a seamless transition for people with life limiting conditio...

  • Funding/Funder: Scottish Universities Insight Institute