Project SEARCH hosted a marvellous meet and greet afternoon in the University of Strathclyde on the 22nd of November that unexpectedly turned musical.
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s Health Improvement Teams have recently released their 2018 / 19 Annual Report.
Over 130 people attended Glasgow City HSCP’s Provider Event on 21 November at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. The event was aimed at providers of social care services, registered managers, HSCP senior management and HSCP commissioning and locality staff.
Since 2002, the Equipu Community Equipment Partnership has been providing equipment and assistive technologies to help vulnerable people to live as independently and comfortably as possible in their own home.
The Glasgow City Integration Joint Board’s Strategic Plan and Locality Plans cover health and social care services across Glasgow City.
The Partnership’s Local Area Coordination Team has been promoting Chatter ‘n’ Natter as part of the wider campaign to end loneliness across Glasgow.
The James McLean Project (JMP) provides accommodation and support to homeless young men and women aged 16 to 21. The team at the JMP in Barmulloch has launched an App, which will transform the way they communicate with their service users.
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (GCHSCP) hosted their 8th Annual Care Leavers Open Day at the Barras Art and Design (BaAD) venue in the East End on Friday 25 October 2019.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) Celebrating Success Staff Awards were held on 4 November 2019. The event showcases exceptional contributions to patient care. Glasgow City HSCP staff were recognised in several categories.
Families are being encouraged to plan for the future by obtaining Power of Attorneys (POA) to protect the wishes of relatives and friends in the event of illness or accidents.