Making it Happen in Fife – Health and Social Care Strategic Planning Workshop
Monday 28th January 2019
Strathearn Hotel, 2 Wishart Pl, Dysart, Kirkcaldy KY1 2AS
10am to 1pm
Fife Health and Social Care Partnership are inviting carers to help generate the new Strategic Plan for 2019 – 2022. You’re invited to a workshop to hear your views, ideas and proposals to progress the vision for Health and Social Care in Fife and to inform the update of the Strategic Plan. We are particularly keen to hear from carers as you are involved in so many key aspects of the Health and Social Care Strategic Plan and it is vital that your ideas, proposals and concerns are heard.
The meeting will start promptly at 10am but you are welcome to arrive from 9.30am onward and join us for a cup of tea or coffee. Refreshments will also be served mid-morning.
This event is organised by Fife Health and Social Care Partnership (facilitated by the National Development Team for Inclusion).
If you would like to take part please book your place by contacting Fife Carers Centre on 01592 205472 or emailing Lesley.Childs@fifecarers.co.uk
Places are limited, so please book to ensure your part in the conversation.
The provisional agenda is as follows:
(Tea/coffee on arrival)
09.30 – 10.00 Arrival, registration, tea and coffee
10.00 – 10.10 Welcome/Introductions
Elaine Torrance, National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi)
10:10 – 10:30 Where are we now?
Fiona McKay, Fife Health and Social Care Partnership
10:30 – 10:45 Questions/Reflections
(11.00 Refreshments available)
10:45 – 12:15 Moving Forward – Group Discussions
• What do you think is working well in Fife?
• What are major challenges to be addressed?
• In your role/organisation, what are your suggestions and ideas to move the agenda forward and what can you do to assist?
12:15 – 12:45 Feedback/Action Planning
13:00 Next Steps and Close
Key documents for reference
Strategic Plan 2016-19, Summary Strategic Plan 2016-19 and Annual Report 2017-18 can be downloaded from http://www.fifehealthandsocialcare.org/publications/
The Role of Health and Social Care Partnerships in Reducing Health Inequalities
National Health and Wellbeing Outcomes
I really hope you will join us for this very important event – you don’t need to have any special qualifications to come along, we just want to have a good range of knowledge and ideas based on your real experiences as carers who are interested in making a difference to our lives in Fife.
Sporting Memories Foundation Scotland provides weekly clubs for those living with dementia and long-term health conditions, as well as those who are lonely/depressed with the aim of improving well-being and reducing isolation. We focus on sporting reminiscence, gentle physical activity and indoor games.
In 2019 the aim is to set up Sporting Memories clubs in the Kirkcaldy area and we're inviting local people and organisations to our open day so you can find out how to get involved. Whether you are looking for a volunteering opportunity or know someone who would benefit from attending, the team would love to meet you for a chat over a cuppa and a hobnob.
Open day details:
Tuesday 22nd January, 10am - 2pm
Kirkcaldy Rugby Club, Balwearie Road KY2 5LT