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Angus HSCP Gold Level Two Digital Telecare Implementation Award

Digital Telecare for Scottish Local Government are delighted to confirm that Angus Health and Social Care Partnership has been awarded the Gold Level Two Digital Telecare Implementation Award in recognition of the recent progress of their analogue to digital telecare transition project. To achieve the Gold Level Two Implementation Award, a Telecare Service Provider must

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A new website dedicated to supporting people living with dementia has been launched in Angus

The Living Well With Dementia website has been created by the Angus Post Diagnostic Dementia Service, in collaboration with Healthcare Improvement Scotland. The resources available have been developed with the help of people who have been diagnosed with dementia. The website is full of information on how to stay healthy in order to live well and stay independent. There is also a

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Angus Adult Learning Disability Resource Centres receive prestigious Autism accreditation

Angus Health and Social Care Partnership’s three adult learning disability resource centres, Lochlands in Arbroath, Lilybank in Forfar, and Rosehill in Montrose have been recognised for their commitment to excellence in supporting autistic young people after achieving the National Autistic Society Advanced Award. The National Autistic Society’s Advanced Award recognises providers of education, social care

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Message from Ally McGurty, (Registered Mental Health Nurse), Clinical Team Manager, Angus – North – Community Mental Health Team

Yesterday was World Mental Health Nurse Day. We are extremely proud and privileged to be mental health nurses in Angus Health and Social Care Partnership, working alongside the fantastic teams within the Angus Community Mental Health Service. 2024 sees more new and exciting initiatives to reduce the barriers for people who experience mental ill health focusing

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Community Alarm Christmas Message

Angus Health and Social Care Partnership are currently working through a Two-year plan to change alarms to new digital units throughout Angus. To date we have successfully transferred 40% of the community alarm population. As a result, 1,941 people are supported digitally throughout Angus. In recognition of the work we have completed, the Digital Office

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Fun for all at Neverland thanks to new inclusive and accessible play equipment

Eagle-eyed visitors to Kirrie Hill will have noticed two new pieces of play equipment installed at Neverland play park – an inclusive roundabout and a wheelchair-accessible swing that will enhance play provision for children and adults of all abilities. The project to install the equipment came about following a chat between a local family and Councillor Julie Bell at the Peter Pan statue in Kirriemuir town square. Cllr Bell explained: “Moira McColgan approached me to

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