Angus Community Planning
Community Care and Health Partnership
The Community Care and Health Partnership has responsibility for improving the health and well-being of the population of Angus as well as supporting and enabling the most vulnerable groups in our communities to realise their potential and remain in their own communities for as long as possible. The partnership is also responsible for ensuring that the Alcohol and Drugs Partnership deliver on their key priorities i.e. prevention, recovery and children affected by parental substance misuse. The Community Care and Health partnership is to oversee the strategic development of the community care services in Angus and to ensure compliance with local and national policies and priorities.
The central aim of the partnership is to improve the health and well-being of the population of Angus as well as supporting and enabling the most vulnerable groups in our communities to realise their potential and remain in their own communities for as long as possible. Over the period 2011-2014 the partnership will focus on three priorities namely changing demography, achieving health equity and responding to the challenges which relate to the impact of alcohol and drugs in our community.
As part of the Angus Community Planning Partnership, the Community Care and Health partnerships focus is on ensuring the delivery of agreed priorities for adults with community care needs. The partnership also monitors progress against agreed outcome measures and reviews these measures to ensure that services are improving. In addition the partnership's remit is;
- To agree specified outcomes and priorities for individual Care Groups
- To monitor and review progress in demonstrating outcomes
- To review population needs, including unmet need based on current service delivery and define areas of priority across different care groups.
- To oversee the allocation of resources between different care groups.
- To ensure appropriate links are made with Tayside-wide strategic planning initiatives, commissioning and delivery processes.
- To ensure appropriate links are made with other thematic groups within the Community Planning Partnership
- To identify and monitor risk
- To ensure effective communication of decisions
The partnership is made up of representatives from:
- Angus Council
- Angus Community Health Partnership (CHP)
- NHS Tayside (NHST)
- Third Sector (Angus Interface)
- Independent Sector (Scottish Care)
The work of the partnership is supported by the following principles:
- Promoting the active involvement of local people in the development and evaluation of services.
- Improve public services through partnership working
- Involving service users, carers, the public and staff in the design of services.
- Enabling more people to remain in their own homes or within an alternative care setting through the provision of quality services.
- Ensuring positive outcomes for the people who require community care and health services.
- Improving individual independence and responsibility through Involving individuals in the design and delivery of their own care.
- Supporting people to protect and improve their health.
- Improving the quality of life of people through the provision of community and day support services.
- Achieving better, fairer and more local access to health, social care and housing services.
- Actively engage with communities
- Provide excellent public services that are value for money
The partnership will ensure that appropriate indicators and targets are agreed to support the delivery of the above outcomes. Progress reports will be produced every six months and presented to the ACPP in January and June of each year.
The partnership will develop a delivery plan against each of the outcomes with specific actions identified for each of the partner agencies. A highlight report on progress against these actions will be produced every six months and presented to the ACPP in January and June of each year.
- Angus Alcohol and Drugs Partnership Strategy 2013-2016 (360 KB PDF)
- Angus Carers Strategy 2013-2016 (1 MB PDF)
- Angus Community Care and Health Partnership Change Fund Plan 2012/13 (200 KB PDF)
- Community Medicine & Rehabilitation Redesign (CMRR) Programme Newsletter - issue 7 Summer 2011 (140 KB PDF)
- NHS Tayside - Draft Health Equity Strategy - Communities in Control 2009 (200 KB PDF)
- Reshaping Care for Older People - Angus Change Plan 2012/13 - Mid Year Progress Report (375 KB PDF)
- Redefining Civic Health
- ACPP Agenda 6 February 2013 (20 KB PDF)
- Redefining Civic Health and Local Authority (220 KB PDF)
- 2012/13 Mid Year Performance Reports (30 KB PDF)
- Future Euro Funding Progs 2014-20 and Community Led Local Development Approach (40 KB PDF)
- Community Engagement Impact Assessment (500 KB PDF)
- Youth Employment Focus on Modern Apprenticeships (30 KB PDF)
- 8 August 2013 (50 KB PDF)
- 21 June 2013 (50 KB PDF)
- 22 February 2013 (40 KB PDF)
- 25 January 2013 (40 KB PDF)
- 17 December 2012 (50 KB PDF)
- 31 August 2012 (50 KB PDF)
- 18 July 2012 (50 KB PDF)
- 13 January 2012 (30 KB PDF)
- 28 November 2011 (55 KB PDF)
- 8 July 2011 (35 KB PDF)
- 1 April 2011 (30 KB PDF)
- 28 January 2011 (30 KB PDF)
- 26 November 2010 (40 KB PDF)
- 29 October 2010 (50 KB PDF)
- 18 December 2009 (45 KB PDF)
- 30 October 2009 (30 KB PDF)
- 9 October 2009 (30 KB PDF)
- Angus Community Health Services (including CMRR)
Community Care and Health Executive Group Performs
- SOA Implementation Group - Sept 09 (300 KB PowerPoint)
- Full Year Report 09-10 (170 KB PDF)
- 2010/11 Mid Year Progress Report (130 KB PDF)
- 2010/11 Full Year Progress Report (125 KB PDF)
- 2011/12 Full Year Progress Report (600 KB PDF)
- 2012/13 Mid Year Performance Report (130 KB PDF)
- 2012/13 Full Year Progress Report (500 KB PDF)
- 2013/14 Mid Year Progress Report (500 KB PDF)
- 2013/14 Full Year Progress Report (600 KB PDF)
- 2014/15 Mid Year Progress Report (500 KB PDF)
- 2014/15 Full Year Progress Report (500 KB PDF)
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