The vision within our Local Outcome Improvement Plan is for Aberdeen being a place where all people can prosper, regardless of their circumstances. We have 74 improvement aims to help us achieve that vision. Here you can see our progress with achieving our 74 improvement aims, as well as being able to read about some of our projects; their achievements and the impact on our communities from the videos and case studies below. Visit our improvement project dashboard for further detail on all of our live projects.
View our LOIP video to hear about our vision for Aberdeen as a place where all people can prosper.
If a friend, family member or colleague told you they had suicidal feelings, would you be worried about saying or doing the right thing?
Our multi agency project led by Police Scotland wanted this to reach you all. We wanted you to know, you can help. This short video, as well as the two documents below explain what you can do.
You can also access the Prevent Suicide – North East Scotland App on the Google Play or Apple Store. The App is local to the North East.
Hear more about how our community pantries are increasing access to affordable food.
20 of our LOIP improvement aims have ended with their improvement aims been achieved and sustained. Read about the outcomes achieved in the project end reports below.
5.2 To Increase by 80% the use of digital resources for children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing by 2022 and to Increase by 40% the use of the wellbeing scenario on the Mind Of My Own app by care experienced children and young people by 2022.
6.2 To increase to 43%, by 2023, the proportion of children and young people who are supported to live in kinship care or are looked after at home; and to Increase by 20% the number of children and young people remaining in a placement, looked after at home/kinship, between 16-18 years old by 2023
9.1 To: Reduce the number of 16/17 year olds with higher support needs offending by 2022 and to Increase number of young people who need support in relation to trauma and bereavement having access to such support by 50% by 2023
10.2 Increase to 30 in total, the number of individuals who are on a custodial sentence, on a Community Payback Order with a Supervision Requirement, on Unpaid Work Orders, on Remand or who have been Diverted from Prosecution who are being supported to make progress on the Employability Pipeline by September 2022.
10.7 To increase by 10% the number of clients who access assessment/support/ treatment/services in relation to mental health issues: – in Police custody – on a community disposal – in HMP Grampian, by 2023
Click below to read our various case studies. Each case study tells the story of the project – the changes they’ve tested, as well as the outcomes and impact to date.
This video from the Children and Young People Improvement Collaborative learning session held in November 2019 explains how we are using Quality Improvement approaches to improve outcomes for children in Scotland.