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Integration Board Approves new Health and Social Care Strategies

The South Ayrshire Integration Joint Board at its meeting on 13th June, 2017, approved two new strategy documents and implementation plans for Adult Learning Disability Services for 2017-23 and Adult Community Mental Health Services for 2017-22. These are available at:

Draft Partnership Annual Performance Report 2016/2017

The draft Partnership Annual Performance Report 2016/2017 is now available as below. This will be considered at the next Performance and Audit Committee on 29 August 2017, and published as a final version, if agreed, after that date.

South Ayrshire Integration Joint Board Annual Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017

Copies of the unaudited Annual Accounts and relevant documents of South Ayrshire Integration Joint Board for the year ended 31 March 2017 will be available for public inspection, free of charge, in the offices of South Ayrshire Council, County Buildings, Wellington Square, Ayr, KA7 1DR.

Photographs capture last meeting of 2015-17 Integration Joint Board on 13th April prior to the 2017 Local Government Elections

  • Integration Joint Board
  • Chair, Vice Chair and Chief Officer

South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership Participation and Engagement Strategy

Effective participation and engagement is at the very heart of achieving of the vision of the South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership. The Partnership has produced a Participation and Engagement Strategy following consultation with a range of partners across South Ayrshire during 2016. The Strategy outlines how the Partnership will involve partners across South Ayrshire in order to develop services that meet the needs and improve outcomes for our communities.

Community Capacity Programme 2015/16 – Making a difference. A collection of case studies.

As part of the HSCP’s Community Capacity programme a variety of projects have developed more community based responses to support people’s health and care outcomes.

These case studies set out some of the positive work of these projects and the impact they have made on people’s lives.

Community Led Support

The Community Led Support South Ayrshire Facebook page is now live and you can view details.

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