Consultation to help the Clackmannanshire & Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) shape how care and support is provided in Rural Southwest Stirling
The Clackmannanshire & Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) are holding a consultation on community health and care in Rural Southwest Stirling. Stage 1 of this consultation process has now been completed. Stage 2 of this consultation will run from 1 February until 15 March 2021. This consultation will include an online survey and a series of online events which will be accessed through Eventbrite. We also have options for those not able to engage digitally.
Why are we hosting this consultation?
The overall aim of the consultation is for the community to help shape the future delivery of care and support in a more person centred way, and to continue to develop an individual outcomes approach to care and support for people living in Rural Southwest Stirling.
Survey In Stage 2 we really want to hear what matters to you and invite you to participate in our events and online survey. We would like you to give your views on what is important to you in the future delivery of care and support in your local community. Participants not able to engage digitally can call the Stirling Council contact centre on 01786 404040 between 1 February and 15 March 2021 to complete this survey. We will endeavour to share this information through other channels as widely as possible.
Please use the following link to access the survey.
The Survey will be available to complete from 1 February until 15 March 2021.
Rural Southwest Communities
The Rural Southwest Stirling area has been defined as the communities of Gargunnock, Kippen, Fintry, Arnprior, Buchlyvie, Balfron, Killearn, Strathblane, Croftamie, Drymen, and the communities of East Loch Lomond.
What to expect from the online events?
Our events will be hosted online via Microsoft Teams. You can join us by registering at the Eventbrite link below and following that we will send a link to the online event directly to your email. The link will which also includes a dial in option, for those whose devices may not be compatible with Microsoft Teams.
At the event we will provide a brief explanation of the background to the consultation and how you can help shape the future delivery of care and support in your communities. It will be an interactive workshop, where will ask you 3 questions on what’s important to you.
To book a ticket for this event please use the following link to our Eventbrite page to register. A few days before the event you will receive an invite to an MS Teams video conferencing call with instructions on how to take part.
Online consultation workshops hosted through Microsoft Teams have been arranged at the following times:
- Wednesday 3 February 7.00 pm till 9.00pm
- Monday 8 February 2.00pm till 4.00pm
- Thursday 18 February from 2.00 pm till 4.00pm