Public information sessions are being held across Angus in March giving local people the chance to hear how plans are developing for a new Angus Care Model to deliver health and social care in the future.
The drop in events, organised by Angus Health and Social Care Partnership, will give people the chance to chat to staff about local services and hear how plans are progressing. The sessions follow on from previous events held in October and November last year.
In January this year, the Integration Joint Board (IJB) for Angus Health and Social Care Partnership agreed to move forward with plans to create the Angus Care Model which will see the redesign of inpatient care, the Minor Injury and Illness and Out-of-Hours Services and care home provision.
Vicky Irons, Chief Officer for Angus Health and Social Care Partnership, said, “I would encourage people to come along to these sessions and hear how our plans are progressing for the development of the Angus Care Model. Staff will be on hand to explain how services will look in the future and answer any questions or concerns people may have.”
The public information sessions are being held as follows:
- Monday, 19 March, 5 – 7pm, Whitehills Health & Community Care Centre, Lintrathen Room, Station Road, Forfar, DD8 3DY
- Tuesday, 20 March, 2 – 4pm, Kinloch Care Centre, Kinloch Street, Carnoustie, DD7 7EN
- Friday, 23 March, 2 – 4pm, Angus Carers Centre, 8 Grant Road, Arbroath, DD11 1JN (You are respectfully requested not to park at Angus Carers Centre, but to find alternative parking nearby)
- Tuesday, 27 March, 10am – 12pm, Brechin Community Campus, Duke Street, Brechin, DD9 6JZ