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Have your say on the future of health and social care services
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Have your say on the future of health and social care services

Posted on 6 Dec 2021

North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership (NAHSCP) is developing a new Strategic Plan and would love to hear your views.

The Partnership brings together all community based health and social care services in North Ayrshire, providing a range of services for children, adults and older people.

This includes NHS Primary Care services - including GPs, mental health services and district nursing - and Social Care services, which include child protection, adult social work, Care at Home and justice services.

The Strategic Plan will run from 2022 until 2030 and will set out how NAHSCP will work to improve the health and well-being of the people of North Ayrshire.

In developing this new plan, the Partnership now wants to gather the views of local people and those who use its services so they can have their voices heard and help to shape the future of health and social care services in North Ayrshire.

Whether you are carer, a service user, or a North Ayrshire resident with an interest in health and social care, you are now invited to complete the online survey here to let NAHSCP know your thoughts.

The survey, which should take no more than ten minutes to complete, will close on Friday 21 January.

Or if you’d prefer to discuss the plan in person, staff will also be at Irvine’s Rivergate Centre on Friday 10 December and Friday 21 January to engage with members of the public.

If you have any questions in relation to the survey, please email whatmatterstoyou@north-ayrshire.gov.uk

Councillor Robert Foster, Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care, said: “As we begin to plan out our priorities for the coming years, it’s crucial that we take into account the views of those who use our services, as well as those who may need to use them in the future.

“I would urge anyone with an interest in health and social care services to please take part in the survey, ensure your voice is heard and let us know how you’d like to see our services evolve.”