Rosalind Garton

Rosalind Garton

As a Lifelong Learning Tutor my job is to keep people mentally and physically active. The Scottish Government can help keep people out of their doctor’s waiting rooms by enabling those of all ages to keep mentally and physically fit, really taking the enhancement of health and well being into the community. I welcome the ALLIANCE’s commitment to supporting people to live well in their communities. Rosalind Garton, Scottish Labour candidate for North East Fife

Ben Macpherson

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“The ALLIANCE are an excellent partner which we are committed to working with. The SNP fully support prioritising action on social isolation and loneliness, providing greater support for people to “self manage” their long term conditions and having a new approach to social security in Scotland, based on compassion and human rights, and we will work with the ALLIANCE on their other manifesto calls”. Ben Macpherson, Scottish National Party candidate for Edinburgh North and Leith

Elaine Smith

ElaineSmith

I am fully supportive of the need for advocates to assist in achieving fair outcomes at Work Capability Assessments. I do think that there needs to be a fundamental rethink of the system. Elaine Smith, Scottish Labour candidate for Coatbridge and Chryston

Stewart Stevenson

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The ALLIANCE is an excellent partner which we are committed to working with. The SNP fully support prioritising action on social isolation and loneliness, providing greater support for people to “self manage” their long term conditions and having a new approach to social security in Scotland, based on compassion and human rights, and we will work with the ALLIANCE on their other manifesto calls. Stewart Stevenson, Scottish National Party candidate for Banffshire and Buchan Coast

James Stockan

James Stockan

In 2010 Orkney Islands Council, along with NHS Orkney, were one of the first areas in Scotland to create a Community Health and Social Care Partnership, bringing together both social work and health services. This innovative partnership was set up to improve and develop social care, community health and wellbeing to provide the best possible care for people in Orkney including older people, wherever they lived and whatever their circumstances. If I were to be elected I would work to with the other MSPs to challenge and support the Scottish Government to make funding available to ensure that all older people are enabled to live healthy, active and independent lives, receiving the services they need, and to be involved in the planning of those services.  James Stockan, independent candidate for Highlands and Islands

John Mason

John Mason

I know that the SNP considers the ALLIANCE to be an excellent partner which we are committed to working with. The SNP fully support prioritising action on social isolation and loneliness, providing greater support for people to “self manage” their long term conditions and having a new approach to social security in Scotland, based on compassion and human rights, and we will work with the ALLIANCE on their other manifesto calls. John Mason, Scottish National Party candidate for Glasgow Shettleston

Iain Gray

Iain Gray

The ALLIANCE has been a powerful voice for people with disabilities and long term conditions, and I am happy to support their manifesto.  We must use the powers of the Parliament to end austerity cuts and then provide the social care, health and carers services people really need.  Iain Gray, Scottish Labour candidate for East Lothian

Joanne McFadden

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I support the ALLIANCE manifesto for health and social care in Scotland, because of the people I have worked with and spoken to with long term conditions and disabilities, and their carers, they all tell me they want to have their voices heard, to shape and direct their care and to influence decision makers to provide the support they need to ensure they are included and recognised as valued members of their communities. This is everyone’s basic human right, and I will always defend these rights. Joanne McFadden, Scottish Labour candidate for Angus South

Jeane Freeman

Jeane Freeman

Independent advocacy and support is essential in supporting people with disabilities and long term conditions retain their independence and have their important voice heard.  As a former Health Board chair, I know personally of the important work of the ALLIANCE and am very happy to support the manifesto and the work the ALLIANCE takes forward. Jeane Freeman, Scottish National Party candidate for Carrick, Cumnock and Doon Valley

Stuart Cooper

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I fully support the ALLIANCE’s Health and Social Care manifesto. As an unpaid carer and brother of someone with a long term health condition I can empathise with some of the daily struggles people can endure. In terms of the manifesto I in particular support the calls for more to be done on lonliness and isolation a condition that can impact on all of society, young and old, and one that is grossly underestimated in Scotland today. I also fully support calls to further support unpaid carers. This is a group that RISE sees needs support and to be valued in Scotland, so much so we have made it a crucial part of our manifesto. Stuart Cooper, RISE candidate for South Scotland

Roderick Campbell

Roderick Campbell

I welcome the ALLIANCE’s manifesto and endorse its aim of strengthening the voice of people who are disabled, living with long term conditions and unpaid carers to build a healthier and fairer future. As the Convenor of the previous Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Dementia I particularly support the aspects of the ALLIANCE’s agenda to support unpaid carers. If re-elected I look forward to the opportunity to promoting improvements in health and social care in Scotland during the next session of the Scottish Parliament. Roderick Campbell, Scottish National Party candidate for North East Fife

Deryck Beaumont

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I am delighted to see a shift to a user driven basis.   I greatly believe for government generally not just the NHS  that the user and grassroots has to have a far bigger and continuous say between elections  and I believe in the need to move away from the idea of only voting every 4 or 5 years leaving  “experts” and politicians then deciding everything for ‘us’. Deryck Beaumont, independent candidate for Central Scotland

Gerry McGarvey

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I am happy to support the work of the ALLIANCE as I have a deep-rooted and long-standing commitment to promoting inclusion in all it’s forms, and see the correct and proper implementation of a properly funded with well-paid staff carrying-out integrated health and social care services as a means of achieving greater inclusion. Gerry McGarvey, Scottish Labour candidate for Orkney Islands

Euan Davidson

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As someone who works in social care I fully support the ALLIANCE’s manifesto.  The Scottish Liberal Democrats will continue to support the sector in leading the world in promoting the human rights and dignity of the disabled. We will also hold the government to account in order to make sure that the challenges and opportunities of integration are fully tackled. Euan Davidson, Scottish Liberal Democrat candidate for Angus North and the Mearns and North East Scotland

Brian Whittle

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I am calling for a long term, cross party agreement that tackles the epidemic of preventable disease caused by a deteriorating lifestyle which includes the encouragement of extra curricular sport in schools.  It is a government’s responsibility to create an environment where not only are lifestyle choices understood and available, but can be made irrespective of background and personal circumstances. Brian Whittle, Scottish Conservative candidate for Kilmarnock and Irvine Valley and South Scotland

Siobhan McCready

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As a carer for my daughter living with long term conditions I wholeheartedly endorse your manifesto.  In particular, its vital we empower those who know their conditions best to ensure their voices are heard in shaping change within the health and social care sector.  I also commend your plans to champion the rights of people who live with long term conditions, disabled people and unpaid carers bringing that message to the heart of Government.  Keep up the fight. Siobhan McCready, Scottish Labour candidate for Greenock and Inverclyde

Richard Laird

Richard Laird

Independent advocacy is essential to supporting people through the social security assessments and ensuring those with long-term conditions are able to speak for themselves. I am happy to endorse the ALLIANCE manifesto and to continue to support the work the ALLIANCE does. Richard Laird, Scottish National Party candidate for the Highlands and Islands

Neil Findlay

Neil Findlay

I support the ALLIANCE manifesto and in particular the emphasis on quality social care which is in my view the biggest issue facing our society. Neil Findlay, Scottish Labour candidate for Almond Valley and Lothian

Sarah Collins

SarahCollins

I hold power of attorney for my uncle who has been through numerous work capability assessments and social security tribunals. Without me helping to advocate on his behalf, I know that my uncle would have found himself cut off from the disability payments he relies on. The independent advocacy service run by the ALLIANCE is an absolutely vital lifeline for people. RISE fully supports such services and we would encourage you to look at our manifesto which discusses establishing an economic justice fund to better support such services and further them. Sarah Collins, RISE candidate for South Scotland

James Adams

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The ALLIANCE’s manifesto has recognised the importance of advocacy and co-production for people with disabilities when designing and developing services.  This has to be central to engaging in the new devolved powers to ensure there is no detriment to disabled people – especially in relation to Social Security and Employment.  Labour will develop a new Employment Agency which will include a focus on enhancing disabled work opportunities, and work with disabled people to embed social justice is at the heart of future Social security reform. James Adams, Scottish Labour candidate for Glasgow

Clive Sneddon

Clive Sneddon

Independent advocacy is an important way of enabling people to help themselves during any disability assessment process. I congratulate the Alliance on their proposals. I hope the next Scottish Government will be able to offer more support to those with long-term conditions and their carers. Clive Sneddon, Scottish Liberal Democrat candidate for Angus South

Alison Dickie

AlisonDickie

The ALLIANCE are an excellent partner which we are committed to working with. The SNP fully support prioritising action on social isolation and loneliness, providing greater support for people to “self manage” their long term conditions and having a new approach to social security in Scotland, based on compassion and human rights, and we will work with the ALLIANCE on their other manifesto calls. Alison Dickie, Scottish National Party candidate for Edinburgh Central

Dawud Islam

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I am delighted to lend my support to the ALLIANCE manifesto. Concepts of fairness and personal empowerment are central to what it means to be a Liberal and it goes without saying that the Lib Dems are fully behind supporting the disabled and those with long term conditions to get everything to which they are entitled. ALLIANCE fulfils a vital role in helping people to empower themselves to get the best outcomes and I am happy to pledge to do all I can to support their work. Dawud Islam, Scottish Liberal Democrat candidate for Carrick, Cumnock & Doon Valley and South Scotland

Jenny Marra

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I support the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland’s manifesto. By prioritising action on social isolation and loneliness, increasing support for self-management of long-term conditions and placing human rights and compassion at the centre of public policy, I believe we can make Scotland a healthier and fairer place.  Jenny Marra, Scottish Labour candidate for Dundee West

David Evans

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I wholeheartedly support your aims and believe that the individual should always be at the centre of their care. Practice now needs to be brought into line with policy, allowing people to lead full and enjoyable lives on their own terms. David Evans, Scottish Liberal Democrat Candidate for Banffshire and Buchan Coast and North East Scotland

John Watson

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This short manifesto gets to the heart of what we are working to achieve, yet also covers much of what more needs to be done. Local, community based, independent individuals is something that is at the heart of liberal democracy. Carry on the good work! John Watson, Scottish Liberal Democrat candidate for Greenock and Inverclyde

Maureen Watt

Maureen Watt

The ALLIANCE has been a champion for people with disabilities and long term conditions, as well as carers. I am happy to support the manifesto and will work with ALLIANCE members towards the positive goals set out in the manifesto if re-elected. Maureen Watt, Scottish National Party candidate for Aberdeen South and North Kincardine

Peter Henderson

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I strongly support the manifesto as a person with a disability I fully appreciate the need for independent advocacy in ensuring fair and impartial assessment. If elected I commit to do all I can to take this issue forward. Peter Henderson, Scottish National Party candidate for the South of Scotland

Gerry M

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As someone who has formerly represented and advocated on behalf of people living with disabilities, I have a special commitment to working alongside those who promote inclusion, equality and justice for disabled people. Gerry McGarvey, Scottish Labour candidate for Orkney Islands

Humza Yousef

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The ALLIANCE are a vital partner that I am personally committed to work with. The SNP fully support prioritising action on social isolation and loneliness, providing greater support for people to “self manage” their long term conditions and having a new approach to social security in Scotland, based on compassion and human rights, and we will work closely with the ALLIANCE on their other manifesto calls. I want to commend ALLIANCE for their continued hard-work, for producing an excellent manifesto and I commit to working with them in the future if I am re-elected. Humza Yousaf, Scottish National Party candidate for Glasgow Pollok

Ken Milroy

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It’s great to see the ALLIANCE putting forward such a positive manifesto for health and wellbeing. As an active partner of the ALLIANCE the Aberdeen Foyer has been privileged to witness transformation of peoples lives through our IMPACT programme, which the ALLIANCE has invested in. The aspirations of the manifesto are all possible – we know because it’s already happening. Collectively we can help it to grow.  Ken Milroy, Chief Executive, Aberdeen Foyer

Graeme Dey

GraemeDey

Social isolation and loneliness are significant issues. We also need to better support people to self manage long term conditions and it goes without saying that a compassionate and human rights based approach should be the cornerstones of a modern social security system. I therefore am happy to endorse the ALLIANCE’s manifesto calls. Graeme Dey, Scottish National Party candidate for Angus South

Shirley-Anne Somerville

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With new powers devolved to the Scottish Parliament, I very much agree that we need a new approach to social security based on compassion and human rights.  If successful at the election, I would be happy to learn more about your work on this and other issues. Shirley-Anne Somerville, Scottish National Party candidate for Dunfermline

Fabio Villani

FabioV

I’m happy to support the ALLIANCE’s manifesto for health and social care. In my current role in the third sector I already support the ALLIANCE’s work, particularly in relation to further developing the capacity of the third sector and to maximising its influence. If elected, I would work very hard to help deliver a new Scottish social security system with compassion and human rights at its core. Fabio Villani, Scottish Green Party candidate for Highlands & Islands

Paul Masterton

Paul Masterton

Isolation is one of society’s ‘giant evils’, and helping people to build strong social relationships (community and family) is vital to ensure lives are changed and strengthened in a sustainable way for the long term. I fully support the ALLIANCE’s call for, amongst other things, monitoring social connectedness so that early preventative action can be taken. This will help ensure proper support and assistance is made available to those identified as having weak social networks and primary social relationships, enabling them to truly “enjoy their right to live well”. Paul Masterton, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Candidate for Paisley

Ben Macpherson

BenMacph

The ALLIANCE are an excellent partner which we are committed to working with. The SNP fully support prioritising action on social isolation and loneliness, providing greater support for people to “self manage” their long term conditions and having a new approach to social security in Scotland, based on compassion and human rights, and we will work with the ALLIANCE on their other manifesto calls. Ben Macpherson, Scottish National Party candidate for Edinburgh Northern and Leith

Elaine Murray

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I believe in a human rights approach to service provision in which people living with disabilities and health conditions can actively participate in decisions about the services they receive. No-one understand their condition better than the person who is living with it. Elaine Murray, Scottish Labour candidate for Dumfriesshire

Alex Stewart-Clark

Alex SC

The Conservatives believe in localism – devolving decision making & budgetary control to the lowest possible level consistent with ensuring proper democratic control – giving communities a real say. I totally support your cause. Alex Stewart-Clark, Scottish Conservatives candidate, Mid Fife & Glenrothes

Thomas Rannachan

ThomasR

As a volunteer assisting some of the most vulnerable people in my constituency and witnessing the strain our NHS is under as well as to carers and local services. I endorse the manifesto of Alliance and believe that with everyone doing so, we could make a real difference to alleviate many of these issues and much of the strain. Whilst at the same time, empowering many individuals who face difficult challenges in their every day lives who could then be given the opportunity to live more independently as confident and able individuals themselves. Thomas Rannachan, Scottish Labour Candidate for Glasgow Shettleston

Mark McDonald

Mark McDonald

As a parent of a disabled child, and having watched my mother caring for my grandmother following her diagnosis of dementia, I am acutely aware of the pressures that are faced by carers, and those with long term conditions and disabilities. I have spent the last five years advocating for these groups, and pledge that I will continue to do so if I am re-elected, I am happy to work alongside the ALLIANCE, who do fantastic work for these groups. Mark McDonald, Scottish National Party candidate for Aberdeen Donside

Lewis Macdonald

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As Deputy Convener of the Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Multiple Sclerosis, a condition which affects the North and North East of Scotland disproportionately, I am happy to give my backing to the ALLIANCE manifesto. People with MS, as well as other lifelong conditions and disabilities must have a strong voice representing their interests, and those interests are well served by the ALLIANCE manifesto and its policies to tackle health inequalities, improve access to health care services and to invest in schemes which allow those with lifelong conditions to manage and direct their own care. Lewis Macdonald, Scottish Labour candidate for Aberdeen Central

Siobhan McCready

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I am delighted to support the Alliance’s manifesto for the one in four people in Scotland who are disabled, live with long term conditions or are unpaid carers  I’m an unpaid carer for my daughter and like many carers also have a long term condition myself so understand the importance of ensuring people have a right to live well. Siobhan McCready, Scottish Labour and Cooperative candidate for Greenock & Inverclyde

Fiona Collie

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I strongly support the ALLIANCE’s manifesto as a whole.  We need to ensure that the right actions are taken to enable individuals not only to manage their own conditions but to have their lived experience and knowledge valued and to be involved as equals in the development of support, services and opportunities in communities across Scotland.  Equally there is clear evidence of the interaction between income and inequality, including poorer health outcomes.  It is therefore vital that, with new powers, Scotland delivers a social security system that supports the independence and social inclusion of individuals and unpaid carers and has dignity at its heart. Fiona Collie, Scottish National Party candidate for Central Scotland

David Stewart

DavidS

As the Diabetes Champion for the Scottish Parliament, I am thrilled to see ALLIANCE’s Manifesto prioritising investment in the self-management of long term conditions. Within my own remit, the benefits of self-managing Type 1 diabetes through the use of insulin pumps are absolutely clear: users have great control over their condition as it gives them a more flexible and reliable means of managing their glycaemic levels, improving the overall quality of life. David Stewart, Scottish Labour candidate for Inverness and Nairn

Toni Guigliano

ToniG

As an SNP candidate committed to putting mental health and wellbeing at the top of Holyrood’s agenda, I fully support ALLIANCE’s manifesto for health and social care. The next Parliament will have a real opportunity to reshape the welfare system so that it empowers and supports carers and those they care for, and to build a health system in which the voice of lived experience is paramount – it’s an opportunity we must seize. Toni Giugliano, Scottish National Party candidate for Edinburgh Western

Lesley Hinds

Lesley Hinds

I fully support the ALLIANCE’s manifesto – my priority has always been to tackle the scourge of health inequalities in our society. In my opinion, community transport should be a key priority for prevention of social isolation and loneliness – people living in their own homes need support  but in order to stay active in their communities and keep access to facilities, they need community transport. Lesley Hinds, Scottish Labour and Co-operative Party candidate for Edinburgh Northern and Leith

Siobhan McMahon

Siobhan

As a Scottish Labour candidate in the upcoming Holyrood elections, I welcome ALLIANCE’s manifesto for health and social care. I fully support the proposals which aim to allow the 4 in 10 people in Scotland who live with at least one long term condition to live well, and believe that the new powers coming to the Scottish Parliament should lead to us putting compassion and human rights at the heart of our social security system. Siobhan McMahon, Scottish Labour candidate for Central Scotland

Michelle

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Loneliness is devastating. It affects you physically, mentally and emotionally and we are simply not doing enough as a nation to acknowledge that. Food Train shares the ALLIANCE’s desire to support people to live well in their local communities through support, friendships and community connections working to bring joy and happiness to the lives of our older members. It’s high time we measured our nations GDP in smiles! Michelle

Jackie, Dumbarton

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This will be the most important Holyrood election since the dawn of devolution. The new powers coming to the next Scottish Parliament over tax and welfare will unlock the potential for Scotland to make different choices from the current UK Government about how we support our most vulnerable citizens. Scottish Labour is 100% committed to the call from the ALLIANCE to use these new powers to put compassion and human rights at the heart of our social security system. Jackie Baillie, Scottish Labour candidate for Dumbarton

Women’s Equality Party

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WE will carefully consider the ALLIANCE’s suggestions for building a better care system for the future of Scotland. As a party WE are committed to seeing a gendered analysis and approach to social care, and are fully committed to enhancing support for those caring for elderly or disabled relatives in our communities. WE want to see a Scotland that puts care front and centre of the political stage. Lee Chalmers and Annie Beetham, the Women’s Equality Party, Lothian and Glasgow branches

Michael, East Renfrewshire

Michael

Hearing the voice of lived experience is very important to organisations like the ALLIANCE and others – we must make sure others listen to disabled people and people who have health issues.  I welcome the call for the spread of self-directed support, as lots of different areas are taking different approaches and piloting this approach in health settings would help show the difference it can make. Michael, East Renfrewshire

Liam, Central Scotland

Liam Stevenson

In an era of cuts it is vitally important that anyone who lives with long term illness or impairment – be it physical or mental – is properly looked after by our government. I fully support the ALLIANCE’s proposals that there be a designated minister for Long Term Conditions, Disability and Unpaid Carers in order to represent the thousands who are currently voiceless within the Scottish cabinet. Liam Stevenson, RISE candidate for Central Scotland

Deborah, Kilsyth

Deborah

Recent research by Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland (SBH Scotland) has highlighted the range of challenges that young adults face in managing long term conditions within the current supported employment framework. I support the call for a new development unit that will provide specialist support and assist young people, regardless of the nature of their long term conditions, to access further education, employment and vocational opportunities and therefore help them in reaching their full adult potential. Deborah, Kilsyth

Robert, Glasgow

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Liberal Democrats are fully committed to putting human rights and individual respect at the heart of our approach to the interests of people with long term conditions. There are huge gains to be had in quality of life and in the contribution of people to employment and society by better management of chronic conditions. Robert Brown, Liberal Democrat candidate for Glasgow

Alyce, Perthshire

Alyce

By including the provision for adequate funding towards the provision for Self Management courses in their manifesto, the ALLIANCE is acknowledging how important self management is to restoring the dignity and self worth of a person suffering from a long term condition. As one who has taken such a course, I was able to learn skills to take back control over what my condition took away from me. Alyce, Perthshire

Kirsty, South Ayrshire

Kirsty

I’m very fortunate to be in a position where I can sustain full-time employment with two chronic conditions due to open communication between myself and my employer to make reasonable adjustments within the workplace. I strongly feel that employers need to understand that having open and honest communication about an employee’s condition will allow for a better understanding of flexible working arrangements and reasonable adjustments that could be implemented, so I’m proud to support the ALLIANCE’s call to fund a My Skills, My Strengths, My Right to Work Development Unit to support individuals and organisations in the new Scottish employability framework.  Kirsty, South Ayrshire

Diana, Edinburgh

Diana

I support the ALLIANCE’s call to spread self management support for people with long term conditions. Every day at Thistle, we see (and support) people whose lives have changed significantly because they have learned how to manage life with a long term condition (or conditions) better.   And we know that those people are not only able to get on with living the life they want, but are then able to make real, valued contributions to their communities.  We need to support more people to be take control of their lives in this way. It’s that simple. Diana, CEO of Thistle Foundation, Edinburgh

Sharon, West Kilbride

Sharon

Like so many people living with a long term condition, I have experienced the challenges of being able to work. The My Skills, My Strengths, My Right to Work campaign has highlighted those challenges and demonstrated the way forward in Scotland. Embedding this work in the future programme of the Scottish Government will support tens of thousands of people to take up employment or to remain in work. The benefits for individuals, families, employers and society are incalculable. Sharon, West Kilbride

Amy, Fife

Amy

I’m a firm believer in employing self management techniques and I strongly support the ALLIANCE’s call for further investment and development in health education and prevention programmes. With appropriate guidance, we can, and should, take the lead concerning our individual health and wellbeing. The more people who can, essentially, be helped to help themselves, will make for a healthier, happier society. Amy, Fife

Elspeth, Glasgow

Elspeth

I am endorsing the call for better support for people to self manage long term conditions.   As self managements inspirational person of the year I realise the importance of having support in order to promote self management so that people can treat their long term conditions as part of the way their lives are and not all their lives are.  This enables people with long term conditions to live fuller lives and get more satisfaction from life. Elspeth, Glasgow

Clair, South Ayrshire

Clair

The ALLIANCE recognise in their manifesto the importance of supporting individuals throughout their self management journey.  They listen to what’s important for individuals to be able to function day to day and lead meaningful lives.  The need to empower people to use their tools to manage their long term conditions is paramount.  ALLIANCE Manifesto…..it’s a 10 from us!! Clair, South Ayrshire

Sue, Glasgow

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I’m supporting the ALLIANCE’s manifesto because I know that self management is integral to good quality of life not only through my role as an Occupational Therapist but also through my personal experience of becoming mum’s carer.  Our experience of using Power of Attorney has also shown us that whilst human rights are vital to have on a page or a website, they must be interpreted correctly, cascaded down hospital wards and community social care settings then implemented for all.  Sue, Glasgow

Irena, Elgin

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We need to champion and empower people because no one knows better than us what it is like to be disabled.  Professionals, Government, candidates and political parties need to listen – we need the power to be recognised as the expert about our condition. Irena, Elgin

Chris, Ayrshire

Chris

The voice of lived experience cannot be underestimated in terms of the impact it has in shaping current and future service provision so I am personally encouraged to see that this has been included in the manifesto.  If we truly want to see and achieve change then let’s not opt for a long term conditions/self management lite approach.  Chris, Ayrshire

Eric, Aboyne

Eric

I’m supporting the ALLIANCE’s call for some imaginative investment in helping people with long term conditions – and I particularly support their call for a GP practice community fund to help people access sources of support in the community. Eric, Aboyne, Aberdeenshire