Students and staff from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) will work alongside Inclusion Europe’s member Enable Scotland to support people who have a learning disability, thanks to a new partnership agreement.
Enable Scotland will provide volunteering and employment opportunities to students from the University’s School of Health and Life Sciences.
The partnership will also see greater research collaboration and help to shape the delivery of social care. Academics, students, researchers, and third sector professionals will work side-by-side to improve people’s lives. Read more here.
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