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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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Community Wellbeing Centre in Angus

Help us to create a Community Wellbeing Centre in Angus, a place where people can receive a compassionate response to mental health distress when they are is crisis We want to hear from: Come along and talk to us: Please complete our online survey at http://forms.office.com/e/Ju2X9C4dyS If you require a paper copy of the survey or

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Angus Health and Social Care Partnership Awarded Gold Level One Digital Telecare Implementation Award.

We are delighted to confirm that Angus Health and Social Care Partnership have been awarded the Gold One Digital Telecare Implementation Award in recognition of the progress they have made on their analogue to digital transition, awarded by Digital Telecare for Scottish Local Government. To achieve Gold Level One status, a Telecare Service Provider will

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Angus Health and Social Care Partnership Chief Officer retires after more than four decades of public service

Pictured, left to right: Councillor Julie Bell, Chair of Angus Integration Joint Board; George Bowie, Retired Head of Service; Gail Smith, Chief Officer; Eunice McLennan, Head of Community Health and Care Services; Beth Hamilton, Acting Interim Vice Chair, NHS Tayside; Margo Williamson, Chief Executive, Angus Council. Gail Smith, Chief Officer of Angus Health and Social

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