Stewartry Area Committee (Community) Minutes

Date:
Wednesday 18 November 2015
Time:
6:30pm
Place:
Kirkcudbright Primary School

Attendance Details

Members:
Finlay Carson (Chairman) - Castle Douglas and Glenkens
Ian Blake (Vice-Chairman) - Abbey
Rob Davidson - Abbey
Patsy Gilroy - Dee
Jane S Maitland - Dee
George N Prentice - Castle Douglas and Glenkens
Davie Stitt - Abbey
Officials:
John Enos - Governance Officer
In attendance:
Stephanie Mottram - Locality Manager (Stewartry), Health and Social Care NHS
Vivienne Gration - Programme Manager, Strategic Planning NHS
Eppie Sprung Dawson - 3rd Sector Dumfries and Galloway
Apologies:
Brian Collins - Castle Douglas and Glenkens
Tom A McAughtrie - Abbey
Colin Wyper - Dee
Item Number Item/Description
PUBLIC
1 SEDERUNT AND APOLOGIES

7 Members present, 3 apologies.

2 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

NONE declared.

3 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE INTEGRATION - AREA COMMUNITY MEETING AS PART OF THE CONSULTATION ARRANGEMENTS FOR STEWARTRY LOCALITY PLAN - REPORT BY GENERAL MANAGER HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE INTEGRATION

Decision

 
AGREED

3.1      to receive a presentation on the Stewartry Locality Plan, the presentation which included a short section on the strategic plan alongside information about the locality plan; and

3.2      that the format would be a short presentation followed by a facilitated discussion in breakout groups and that feedback would inform the content of the final Stewartry Locality Plan.

 

PROCEDURE the Chairman advised that the meeting would now break to allow all present to participate in a workshop facilitated by 3rd Sector Dumfries and Galloway to discuss the nine national health and wellbeing outcomes which apply to integrated health and social care, as identified by the Scottish Government. Participants feedback summarised in Appendix.

 

AGREED that all comments from the public workshop (Appendix) would be used to inform the consultation process of the Draft Locality Plan - Stewartry Health and Social Care.

4 PUBLIC FORUM

Decision

 

4.1 NOTED comments from members of the public with regard to:-

 

4.1.1 concern regarding the lack of discussion in the impact of health and social care integration with children;

 

4.1.2 concern regarding the potential for isolation in rural areas, due to the lack of availability of local health and social care provision; and

 

4.1.3 concern regarding lack of respite for younger people in the region and the concern that respite care be relevant and be more broadly targeted.

5 ANY OTHER BUSINESS DEEMED URGENT BY THE CHAIRMAN DUE TO THE NEED FOR A DECISION

Decision

 

NOTED that there were no items of business deemed urgent by the Chairman due to the need for a decision.