It’s anti-bullying week and this year’s theme is: respect me respect our rights! Respect is one of Carr Gomm’s core values and our LGBT...
Helena Richards, Edinburgh Community Projects Worker, shares her findings when she asked Craigmillar patients about their experience of...
Chris' Digital Journey has seen him grow in confidence and skill over the past 3 months by using his tablet to search the internet for new...
Graeme is a music lover who is supported by our Midlothian Visiting Service. He has been working alongside Digital Ambassador, Stephen,...
We are delighted to launch Carr Gomm's new brand which will take us forward into the next 25 years. Our new bolder logo will help raise...
The Digital Inclusion Research Project won the Digital Diversity award at The Herald Digital Transformation Awards for using digital...
Minister for Mental Wellbeing and Social Care, Kevin Stewart, joined us in North Kessock to hear about the development of a Self-Directed...
We all need support from others at times, regardless of who we are, what we do or the challenges we face. We all need the system of social...
Carr Gomm Responder Service is working in partnership with Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) and pleased to...
Carr Gomm team members are among the finalists for the Scottish Social Services Awards 2022 and The Herald Digital Transformation Awards....
Read about our socially distanced festival with a difference in Dundee.
Meet Alex. She walked 178 miles, cycled 268 miles, rowed 20 miles, and surfed 12 miles.. all for us.
From early years spent in an institution, to carving out a career – Margaret inspires us every day.
Using digital to connect with friends and family has been life-changing for Andrew.
Anne is enjoying getting online and learning new skills. She’s also been helping us teach others.
After being supported by us, Darren wanted to give back by climbing Ben Lomond. He’s our hero.
Navigating life’s challenges like a boss, we are super proud of everything Jill has achieved.
Our Digital Inclusion Project has brought independence to people supported across Glasgow.
Embracing the digital world helped Dominic find a home, an education, and a career.
We take a sneak peek at some of our innovative staff ideas from the last year.
We recognise the critical role our people play in supporting the most vulnerable in society.
Learn more about a ground-breaking digital app that our services in Forth Valley use.
Gaynor proves that it’s possible to lead a purposeful and fulfilling life with regular support.
Find out how we’re helping people supported create tailored health and well-being routines.
Our specialist service in Argyll & Bute tackles rural homelessness by helping those most in need.
Our CEO Lucy talks to us about the history of health inequalities in social care.
Jessie & Blaire have completed their tartan-themed fundraising adventure.
A much-needed time away. Maryhelen shares her breakaway exploring Perthshire with SP Wendy.
Services in Stirling have embraced the Digital Inclusion Project and learned new skills along the way.
Be inspired by the new Creative Carr Gomm Project and our monthly challenges.
Every day, Margaret and James are focusing on the things that bring them joy.
Do you remember when everything was normal? What the community and town centre felt like? It was bustling as people moved in large groups...
Have you ever wondered why we fundraise? Well, this helpful infographic tells you more.
We delivered lots of little wellbeing gifts to people supported all over Scotland.
Stuart’s story is a timely reminder that it’s never too late to turn your life around.
Suzanne tells us more about the importance of the dementia training that she and Laura have been doing.
It’s World Well-being Week. Learn about our ongoing health and well-being activities.
Find out how we can help you have more choice & control in your support journey.
Follow our incredible 2013 fundraising adventure to Africa’s highest peak.
A golf day, a raffle, an auction….oh, and £5,250 raised! Looking back on 2017 with pride.
Our reminiscing group got together to chat about their memories of the seaside.
After spending much of his childhood in hospital, Sean is now happy living in his own home.
Learn about how touch sign communication supports Vicky to live her best life.
Tony joined us in 2020; developing a strong relationship with Nathan along the way.
Ryan has upcycled and built a new bike. He couldn’t be more proud of his achievement.
People supported got together to reminisce about their childhoods and days gone by.
Community Compass is Carr Gomm’s Community Link Working project in Craigmillar, Edinburgh. It is delivered in partnership with the...
Kevin, who is 38, was referred to one of our Community Link Workers (CLW) by his GP. In his referral, the Doctor mentioned Kevin’s poor...