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Vision - seeing how you can make a difference

Definition

This means having ideas about:

  • what your life might be like
  • how things could be different and better
  • what you want to do
  • where you want to live
  • who you want to see.

Having vision might also mean having ideas about:

  • how your community might be different and better
  • how a whole organisation might be better.

Find other resources to support you:

  • The National Autism Society the website of the National Autistic Society gives information about working with people with autism.
  • Scottish Recovery Network Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a programme that helps people on the recovery process and helps them take control over their own wellbeing.
  • Getting a Life Not Just a Service an easy read guide from ENABLE about getting the support you need.
  • Personalisation: An Easy Read Guide giving useful information to help people get the support they need.
  • Imagining the future IRISS explores: 'What does the future hold for social services in 2025?' and presents four scenarios designed to help us think through some possible issues for the future.
  • The SSSC with Who Cares? Scotland: Leadership In this video young people with care experience consider their role on the National Care Council of Who Cares? Scotland, look at their strengths and recognise how they can develop their leadership in the future.

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