Still Game met on Tuesday 7th August and welcomed Shaben Begun from the Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance. Shaben gave the group information about the SIAA and their national work and chatted to them about how the changes to the Welfare Reform is affecting them. Still Game are looking at developing a page on our Website to give information about what they are working on. The are looking forward to a further Adovcacy Pop Up Cafe being held in the Stirling Hall, Milton of Campsie on Thursday 30th August from 1.30-3pm. Several of the group members have been asked to help out other organisations with training and research and we are delighted that they will be using their skills and experience in this way. A booklet of advocacy stories is being collated at the moment and Still Game were delighted to hear about this. The group are looking at the possibility of having a representative on the Board which is a big step forward for us all. For further info about Still Game or Ceartas Advocacy services, please contact Pam on 0141 775 0433.