Consultations and redesign activities in partnership areas.

Aberdeen  – The partnership’s draft BSL plan is now published and open for consultation. Find the draft document and BSL video here(This link will take you away from our website) and share your views before 21st August 

Aberdeenshire – The Partnership have now published their first HSCP Locality Plans. The published Locality Plans are now available on the councils external website (This link will take you away from our website).

East Lothian – East Lothian Integration Joint Board is looking for two new members: one to represent the views of carers and one to represent the views of the independent health and care sector. For an information and application pack, please email elhscp@eastlothian.gov.uk

The Partnership is also consulting on its Draft Transport Policy for children, young people and adults using ELHSCP-commissioned transport to access social care resources in East Lothian – find further information here (This link will take you away from our website).

Edinburgh – The Partnership has launched a survey to determine how to best allocate five years of funding to support carers in their role. Share your thoughts here (This link will take you away from our website)

Fife – The Partnership have set out a number of suggestions on how sets out the suggestions on how health and social care services can be improved for the communities of Fife in their ‘Joining Up Care’ Consultation. Further information, videos and a link to the consultation survey can be found on the Fife HSCP wesbite (This link will take you away from our page)

Glasgow – Read the latest edition of the GCHSCP Newsletter (This link will take you away from our website); which looks at the new Palliative and End of Life Care Plan plus a wide range of other activity.

The blueprint for the future delivery of health and social care services in Greater Glasgow and Clyde has been approved by the board. The ‘Moving Forward Together’ strategy (This link will take you away from our website) sets out how primary, community and acute health and social care services will work together in the future to support people to live longer, healthier lives in their own homes and communities and to promote self-management and independence.

Moray – The Moray Community Justice Partnership invites you to their first ever public conference exploring the role Moray has to play in achieving community justice outcomes in Scotland. The conference will take place on Thursday 13 September 2018 from 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm at Elgin Town Hall. For more information or to book a stall please contact Mike.whelan@moray.gov.uk

North Ayrshire -The Partnership are consulting on their draft Participation and Engagement Strategy for 2018 – 2021 ‘Doing What Matters, Together’. Find further information on the draft strategy and how you can have your say on the NAHSCP website (This link will take you away from our website). The consultation will close on Friday 17th August.

The Partnership are also holding a series of ‘Healthy You’ events to promote health and wellbeing for individuals working in the Partnership. The events are taking place on the following dates:

  • Monday 6th August – 9am – 1pm, Woodland View, Ayrshire Central Hospital, Irvine
  • Thursday 23rd August – 3pm – 7pm, Vikingar, Largs
  • Wednesday 12th September – 10.30am – 3.30pm, Arran Outdoor Centre
  • Thursday 27th September – 3pm – 7pm, James Watt College, Kilwinning
  • Wednesday 10th October – 9am – 1pm, Ardrossan Civic Centre
  • Friday 9th November – 9am – 1pm, Volunteer Rooms, Irvine
  • Tuesday 20th November – 1pm – 4pm, Bridgend Community Centre Rooms, Kilbirnie

For further information email HSCPEvents@north-ayrshire.gov.uk

South Ayrshire – The Partnership has developed a draft Dementia Strategy for the period 2018 – 2023 and would like to hear your views. The draft Strategy sets out key strategic outcomes identified through discussions with service users’ representatives, carers, staff, and the South Ayrshire Dementia Strategic Planning Group. The consultation will run till 26th July. Find further information and view the draft strategy here (this link will take you away from our website).

South Lanarkshire – The Partnership is now seeking to attract applications from Third Sector providers for the period Aug 2018 – end Sept 2019 for the Integrated Care Fund. Applications must be submitted to VASLan by no later than 20th July, after which the ‘Grant Recommendation and Monitoring Panel’ will assess the submissions and notify successful applicants by 31st July 2018.

To register your interest or request an application form please contact Sandra Renicks at VASLan.