The work to integrate health and social care services in Angus has taken another step forward with the Scottish Government’s approval of the Angus Integration Scheme. The integration of adult health and social care is part of the Scottish Government's programme of reform to improve outcomes for ad
A consultation regarding the priorities of Dundee’s new health and social care partnership was launched yesterday. The views of people who take part in the month-long consultation will be used to help plan and deliver services for the next five years.
Robert Packham, Linda Dunion and Dave Doogan (far left) with other members of the Pathfinder Board ahead of their final meeting The integration of Health and Social Care services in Perth and Kinross reached a milestone when the final meeting of the Integration Pathfinder Board was held, to be repla
A Moray project is set to give adults with high levels of care and support needs the opportunity to live in a home of their own for the first time. Moray Council will put plans on show next month for the proposed £2.5 million development of 10 bungalows in Lhanbryde which will provide permanent hom
A new partnership responsible for health and social care provision across West Dunbartonshire will be established on July 1. The West Dunbartonshire Health & Social Care Partnership Board brings together representatives from the West Dunbartonshire Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, and
Pictured: Nursing staff gather round a plaque recording Jamie Hepburn's opening of the new Viewpoint facility The Scottish Government minister for sport, health improvement and mental health has opened a new care facility for older people in Edinburgh.
A Dundee community health boss has been appointed to the new chief officer role with the city’s integrated health and social care partnership. David Lynch, general manager of the Dundee Community Health Partnership since 2005, will take up his new role from today.
Council staff have grave concerns about the future of public services in Stirling and Clackmannanshire, according to UNISON. The union has presented a report to senior managers in both Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils which raise grave concerns about plans to run Clackmannanshire's education s
Councillor Glennis Middleton (left) with Gowrie Care chairperson, Janet Lynch Councillor Glennis Middleton, convenor of the social work and health committee in Angus, opened a new modern and high-tech residential autism care facility in Brechin last week.
(left to right) Gowrie Care area manager Chris Robb, Gowrie Care chair Janet Lynch and Gowrie Care managing director Damian McGowan, care apprentice Hayley Meechan, care apprentice Stevyn Wilkinson, care apprentice Laurie Millen, Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce membership manager Eve Hughes, an