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Strategic Plans, Strategies and Policy Documents

Strategic plans

At the meeting of the Integration Joint Board held on 17th June, 2016, the Board approved the following updated version of its Strategic Plan:

The second volume of the updated Plan for 2016-19 contains general population and health and social care based area and service profiles of South Ayrshire, locality planning profiles for each of the six localities and locality maps.

The original, now superseded version of the Partnership’s Strategic Plan approved on 2nd April, 2015 is available below:

Children's Services Plan 2017 - 2020

The Children’s Services Plan has been prepared jointly by South Ayrshire Council and NHS Ayrshire and Arran, including the Health and Social Care Partnership, as well as Police Scotland and Voluntary Action South Ayrshire (Third Sector Interface).

Corporate Parenting Plan 2017-2020

Our Corporate Parenting Plan has been developed in partnership with all corporate parents in South Ayrshire.

The focus of this plan is on what we can do together. With this Corporate Parenting Plan, we intend to raise the expectations on care experienced children and young people in South Ayrshire to achieve their potential and to challenge ourselves to make the improvements needed to make the difference for them.

Learning Disability Strategy for 2017-23

South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership has finalised a new Strategy and Implementation Plan to support adults in South Ayrshire with a Learning Disability. The Strategy has been developed with support and assistance from the Scottish Commission for Learning Disability and covers the period 2017-23. The content of the document has been informed by earlier engagement with service users, families and carers and with professionals, managers and staff from organisations from across the sectors currently engaged in supporting people with a learning disability.

The Strategy has been designed to ensure that organisations operating in South Ayrshire are able to meet the principles set out in the National Strategy for Learning Disability – “The Keys to Life.” Given this, the Health and Social Care Partnership has agreed local outcomes in keeping with the national approach and an Implementation Plan to deliver against these outcomes.

The Partnership has prepared a Strategy document which is available below, together with a summary version and a document containing information and evidence gathered during the preparation of the document:

Adult Community Mental Health Strategy for 2017-22

South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership has finalised a new Strategy and Implementation Plan to support adults in South Ayrshire with Mental Health issues. The Strategy has been developed with support and assistance from Health Improvement Scotland and covers the period 2017-22. The content of the document has been informed following earlier engagement with service users, families and carers and with professionals, managers and staff from organisations from across the sectors currently engaged in supporting adults with mental health issues.

The Health and Social Care Partnership has agreed local outcomes in keeping with the national policy context and, also, an Implementation Plan to deliver against these outcomes.

The Partnership has prepared a draft of the full Strategy document. A summary version is also available.

Draft Communications Strategy and Plan in preparation

The Health and Social Care Partnership is currently preparing a Communications Strategy and Plan which is subject to a limited consultation. View a copy of the draft plan.

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