Shine Adult Members Council (SAMC)
Shine to widen stakeholder engagement and representation.
Following consultation with the Shine Adult Members Council [SAMC] at their April 2016 meeting and agreement by the Shine Board at their September 2016 meeting, Shine is to widen its stakeholder engagement and representation.
This new move does mean that the SAMC has now met for the last time and Shine would sincerely like to thank all past and present SAMC members for their commitment and many contributions over the years towards informing Shine's work.
Shine's new approach will provide more opportunities to more members, families and professionals to advise on the development of Shines services, resources, respond to Government consultations on key issues such as health or welfare reform, and share their views to shape Shine's priorities for the future.
Wider stakeholder engagement is developing through online surveys, Facebook groups, email groups, focus groups, meeting with health professionals and others, Shine events, Support groups and direct contact with members.
Shine's new reach to key stakeholders will include members of all ages, families, supporters, funders and fundraisers, corporates and professionals.
Shine will be developing systems to record all stakeholder engagement and their views.
Further information about how you can get involved to follow ...