• Older People Commissioning Strategy 2012/2021

    The focus of this commissioning strategy reflects the requirements of Scottish Government as they relate to the provision of community based older people‟s services. It forms part of a suite of commissioning strategies covering the breadth of operational responsibilities of West Dunbartonshire Community Health and Care Partnership (developed jointly on behalf of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and West Dunbartonshire Council).

  • Rehabilitation Services Commissioning Strategy 2012/2021

    The focus of this commissioning strategy reflects the requirements of Scottish Government as they relate to the provision of community based adult rehabilitation services. It forms part of a suite of commissioning strategies covering the breadth of operational responsibilities of West Dunbartonshire Community Health and Care Partnership (developed jointly on behalf of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and West Dunbartonshire Council).

    • Guidance on the provision of equipipment and adaptations

      1. This circular introduces new guidance on the provision of equipment and adaptations by local authorities and NHS Boards in Scotland. The annex to this circular sets out detailed guidance information and tools for local partnerships.

    • Good practice guide for the provision of major adaptations

      The purpose of this Guide is to support local services to effectively develop, deliver, manage, and monitor the provision of major adaptations from the point of assessment through to provision, and the conclusion of the assessment process. This sits within the framework of the overarching National Guidance on the Provision of Equipment and Adaptations.

    • A skills and knowledge framework for dementia

      Promoting excellence: A framework for all health and social services staff working with people with dementia, their families and carers

    • Scotland's National Dementia Strategy 2017-2020

      This is Scotland’s third National Dementia Strategy. It is based on our learning developed from delivering the previous two strategies. Our first strategy was published in 2010 and focused on improving the quality of dementia services through more timely diagnosis and on better care and treatment. The second focused on improving post-diagnostic support and strengthening integrated and person-centred support.

    • Scotland's National Dementia Strategy 2013 - 16

      This is Scotland’s second National Dementia Strategy. The first was published in 2010 and focused on improving the quality of dementia services through more timely diagnosis and on better care and treatment, particularly in hospital settings. It began the process of the transformation of care across all sectors in anticipation of the growing number of people with dementia.

    • Scotland's National Dementia Strategy 2010

      This strategy is about getting dementia care right. It is about advancing a reform agenda rather than rolling out a big programme of investment. The reality is that the strategy will be taken forward amidst the most stringent spending cuts for a generation.

    • Integration - Integrated Care Fund Guidance

      This paper provides guidance to local partnerships on how the fund should be used.It is not intended to create additional bureaucratic burden on local partnerships so Integrated Care Plans should be developed within the current strategic commissioning process.However, it is important to be able to account for the spend of this resource and to measure the performance improvements achieved by it.

    • Integrated Care Fund - Multimorbidity Advice Note

      This note contains information about the National Action Plan for Multimorbidity as referenced in recent Guidance for local partnerships on the Integrated Care Fund.

    • Integrated Care Fund End Year Report 2015/16

      Integrated Care Fund (ICF) 2015/16: End-Year Financial Summary