The intermediate care team was setup with the supported money from Reshaping Older Peoples Care Agenda, this new service came online in August 2014. The service aim is to deliver high quality patient centred re-ablmennt to patients across remote and rural Shetland.
View all the presentations from this conference here Conference Programme Morning Plenary Sessions Ranald Mair – Falls Work in Context: Policy and Practice Edith MacIntosh – Falls – What do they Mean to You? (thinking space) Ann Murray – About Falls: Consequences Morning Workshops Melanie Menzies – Physical Activity Alex Davidson – Reablement (no […]
Shona Robison, Cabinet Secretary, and Peter Johnson, COSLA spokesperson, welcomed around 500 delegates from 40 nations to Edinburgh 25-27 March for the 15th International Conference for Integrated Care at a landmark moment in our integration journey. This hugely successful conference brought together people from all sectors to exchange knowledge, experience and new ideas on the […]
A new pilot service, supported by NHS Forth Valley and Falkirk Council, has been introduced to help support older people to remain well at home. The service, which consists of a round-the-clock advice line known as ALFY (Advice Line For You), is currently available to everyone aged 65 or over in the Bo’ness area as […]
The Joint Improvement Team invited Graham Kramer and Tim Warren to tell the story of Scotland’s House of Care. A proven approach to support the self-management of people living with multiple long term conditions. There was a huge amount of interest, so we recorded the WebEx and you can see it below.