A musical project run by Loretto Care is breaking down the generation gap in Knightswood.
Published 11 March 2020
Glasgow City Council has revealed the potential partners for its pioneering Alliance to End Homelessness with councillors set to approve the preferred bidders next week.
Published 31 January 2020
GHA tenants in the south of Glasgow got a preview of new facilities to help older people live more independently.
Published 20 July 2018
Wheatley Foundation has been awarded over £470,000 to invest in pioneering projects that will support veterans facing homelessness.
Published 16 January 2017
A community garden is coming up roses, thanks to the efforts of a team of volunteers.
Published 20 December 2016
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has officially opened an innovative new learning centre designed to support people receiving care and support.
Published 22 July 2016
Three of Wheatley Group’s partner organisations are celebrating success following Quality Scotland’s 25th Anniversary Awards.
Published 12 July 2016
School pupils in Falkirk blew the starting whistle on a project to help young people get fitter and healthier in the run-up to this summer’s Rio Olympics.
Published 17 June 2016
A team of Japanese health experts have visited Loretto Care to learn about support for people with dementia.
Published 31 March 2016
A service which helps vulnerable homeless people maintain tenancies and lead independent lives has been awarded the highest grades by inspectors.
Published 9 March 2016
A young man who was previously homeless and supported by Loretto Care has won a national photography award.
Published 14 December 2015
An art exhibition with a difference is showcasing work by people with alcohol-related brain damage.
Published 11 December 2015
A service which provides life-changing support for people with alcohol-related brain damage has picked up a top Scottish care award.
Published 1 December 2015
Residents at a Loretto Care facility in Grangemouth are enjoying their new sensory garden.
Published 4 August 2015
It’s not every day you get to take your pet to work – particularly if it’s a Royal Python.
Published 28 July 2015