Welcome to Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership

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What You Need to Know

What is health and social care integration and what do the changes mean for the way services will be delivered in the future?

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Service-users and the General Public

Are you a patient or do you care for someone? Find out what integration means to you.

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Staff FAQs

What does integration mean to you as a member of staff?

News and Developments

Health & Social Care Partnership having “very good” impact on local community, say watchdogs

The city’s new Health & Social Care Partnership is already having a “very good” impact on the people of Aberdeen, says Scotland’s health and care watchdog bodies.

Joint Inspection Report - Summary

The Care Inspectorate and Healthcare Improvement Scotland have published their joint inspection report into health and social care services for older people in Aberdeen.

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Young poet impresses in Partnership’s summer newsletter

A moving poem on the subject of dementia, written by a local 17-year-old, is the highlight of the just-published summer edition of the Partnership’s newsletter.

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IJB August meeting

Aberdeen Integration Joint Board members will meet at Aberdeen Health & Care Village on Frederick Street on Tuesday 30 August at 10am.

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Dementia Action Plan makes solid start

Significant achievements have been made in the first two years of Aberdeen’s Dementia Action Plan 2014-24, a new progress report shows.

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National Carers Week highlights Aberdeen’s own ‘champion

National Carers Week went ahead across the UK last month – and gave Aberdeen the opportunity to highlight its very own unpaid carers’ champion.

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Latest on tobacco-free future for Aberdeen

The Aberdeen Tobacco-free Alliance (ATfA) has published the second edition of its bi-annual news bulletin.

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‘Improving health’ course lined up this autumn

Aberdeen’s Public Health Team has organised a course aimed at helping health and wellbeing professionals increase their confidence in taking action to reduce health inequalities.

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'Improving Health' course booking form

The 'Improving Health: Developing Effective Practice' course booking form is here

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IJB draft minutes of June meeting published

Draft minutes have been published for the most recent meeting of the Integration Joint Board.

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Code of Conduct published for IJB members

A Code of Conduct has been published for members of Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership’s Integration Joint Board.

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Integration Joint Board meeting

Integration Joint Board members will meet at Aberdeen Health & Care Village on Frederick Street on Tuesday 28 June at 10am.

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The Way Ahead: Senior Leadership & Transformation Projects

Welcome to this special edition of Partnership Matters, featuring the senior management structure and our first transformational projects.

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Golden Games team shortlisted for national award

The groups behind Aberdeen’s Golden Games are in the running for a national award.

Health and social care in Aberdeen lined up for £13million transformation boost

A £13.6milion programme of priority projects to kick-start the transformation of health and social care in Aberdeen has been agreed by the Integration Joint Board (IJB).

Integration Joint Board meetings 2016-18

Aberdeen’s Integration Joint Board, which has strategic responsibility for integrated health and social care services in the city, has published the dates of its meetings over the next two years.

ACHSCP Mainstreaming Equality and Diversity Report

Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership has published its finalised Mainstreaming Equality and Diversity Report following six weeks of consultations.

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ACHSCP Equality Outcomes Report

The finalised Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership Equality Outcomes Report has been published.

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Work begins on new multi-million pound community hub for folk with learning disabilities

Cllr Len Ironside, Tom Cowan and service users at the site of the new learning disability centre

Construction has started on a new £4.3million learning disability centre in Aberdeen.

New health and care partnership pledges seamless services for Aberdeen communities

IJB Chair Len Ironside with Vice Chair Jonathan Passmore and Chief Officer Judith Proctor at ACHSCP launch

Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership will be launched this week, bringing NHS and Aberdeen City Council services together to benefit local communities.

ACHSCP Strategic Plan 2016-19

Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership has published its Strategic Plan 2016-19.

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