Integration of health and social care offers communities the opportunity to have a say on their local services.
On Friday 30 September, East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership (EAHSCP) will hold a meeting at Cumnock Town Hall to discuss how the EAHSCP can work together to plan and improve of the health and social care in the area.
This is the second in what will be a series of meetings across East Ayrshire during the autumn months.
Eddie Fraser, Director of East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership, said: “Locality meetings are very important to the Partnership. They give us an opportunity to speak to members of the local community and hear about what is important to them in relation to their health and social care services.
“By talking together it makes it easier for us, to find out about all of the good work that is already happening in communities to support health and wellbeing”
He added: “I would really encourage members of the local community to come along on Friday 30 September – local views can really help shape positive changes in services.”
The Southern Locality meeting takes place on Friday 30 September at Cumnock Town Hall at 10am. Tea and coffee will be available from 9:30 am.
The Northern Locality meeting is on Monday 31 October at St.Kentigern’s Church Kilmarnock. The meeting begins at 1.30pm with tea, coffee and registration starting at 1pm.
If you wish to attend your locality meeting please contact Kirsty.Spence@east-ayrshire.gov.uk