Social Care

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Responding to a call for evidence from the Scottish Parliament’s Health, Social Care and Sport Committee, CIH Scotland has raised some concerns about the lack of detail set out in the Bill about the role of housing in the new NCS and local Care Boards. The response highlights the need for bett

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Glasgow City Council has worked with housing, health and social care partners to develop a draft Housing Contribution Statement (HCS) for the city. The HCS will be a key part of the Strategic Plan of the Glasgow City Integration Joint Board (IJB), the formal legal body that makes the decisions about

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The Scottish Government’s plans for a National Care Service as they currently stand will not work for service users or communities, according to local government body COSLA. The organisation also warned that, as the Bill stands, it would have a significant impact on the ability of councils to

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A developer has returned with new plans to build a 66-bed care home on the site of a former bowling and tennis club in Glasgow. Northcare (Scotland) Ltd wants to replace Anniesland Bowling and Tennis Club at Helensburgh Drive with a "high quality" facility complete with rooftop terrac

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Legislation to establish a National Care Service for Scotland (NCS) will ensure the best possible outcomes for people accessing care and support and end the ‘postcode lottery’ of care, the Scottish Government has said. The National Care Service Bill will make Scottish Ministers accountab

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Kate Rocks has been appointed as the new chief officer of health and social care at the Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP). Taking up her new role in August, the new chief officer will join from East Renfrewshire HSCP where she is currently head of public protection/children’

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