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Annual Accounts for the Period from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022

Notice is hereby given under Regulation 9 of the Local Authority Accounts (Scotland) Regulations 2014 that copies of the unaudited accounts of GLASGOW CITY IJB for the period from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022 will be available for public inspection between the hours of 9.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday, from Friday 1st July 2022 to Friday 22 July 2022, both days inclusive.

Glasgow Celebrates Carers Week 2022

From 6 to 12 June, we celebrated Carers Week. Local Carers Centres in Glasgow City raised awareness and organised activities for people who provide everyday unpaid support to friends, family and neighbours who can’t manage otherwise.

Healthy Smiles All Around

Published: | Health Improvement

Good oral health in childhood means healthy teeth and gums throughout life. Childsmile is working to ensure all children, regardless of income or background, have the best possible start.

HSCP’s Day Care Services Compete in Challenge Cup

Our Health and Social Care Partnership’s (HSCP’s) Day Care Services have always strived to provide positive outcomes for older people living in the community through social opportunities, mental stimulation and the promotion of physical movement.

WAC Ensemble wins ‘Best Play for Young Audiences’ at the 2022 Writers’ Guild Awards

The We Are Citizens (WAC) Ensemble is an exciting and innovative theatre company for care-experienced young adults aged 18 to 26. Our Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is delighted to announce that the WAC Ensemble recently won ‘Best Play for Young Audiences’ for their highly acclaimed production ‘Whatever Happened to the Jaggy Nettles?’ at the Writers’ Guild Awards in London, hosted by Sandi Toksvig.

Why We All Need a Power of Attorney


Who would you trust to make the important decisions about your future if ill health meant you couldn’t do it for yourself? You’d probably want someone who knew you well enough to follow your wishes about how and where you’re cared for.

Trauma Informed Staff Training Being Rolled Out


The Scottish Government, COSLA and partners have a shared ambition to develop a trauma-informed and trauma-responsive workforce across Scotland, to support the resilience and recovery of all children, young people and adults affected by trauma. 

Staff urged to ‘Think Red Bag’ to Improve Patient Care

Published: | Social Care

All staff working in hospitals and care / residential homes are being urged to ‘Think Red Bag’ when preparing for a care / residential home resident to attend and return from hospital. 

Project SEARCH – 2022 Applications Open!


Do you know anyone with learning disabilities and / or autism spectrum conditions who is looking for a way to develop and enter the world of work? If yes, then encourage them to apply for Project SEARCH!

Glasgow Celebrates Nurses on International Nurses Day


On May 12th, we celebrated International Nurses Day. Nurses across the world were recognised for their commitment, compassion and for their daily contributions to society.

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