For people in North Ayrshire (with illness, disability or frailty) who need support to live as well as possible

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Children and families

For children and families in North Ayrshire who need support to live as well as possible

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Click here to read issue 1 of YOUR Health and Social Care in North Ayrshire.

Printed copies will be available at your GP, dentist, local library, sheltered housing and day centres, community hubs and care homes, and local health and social care offices.

Nominate your heroes for Partnership Awards

Would you like to say a special thank you to someone who has helped you with your health or well-being? North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership is inviting people who live or work in North Ayrshire to nominate individuals or teams for a Partnership Award. Whether it’s a neighbour, volunteer or carer who is always there for you; an [...]

Now is the right time to think about Power of Attorney

Have you ever considered what would happen to your personal and financial affairs if you lost the capacity to make your own decisions through illness or injury? It’s national Power of Attorney Day on Wednesday, November 20, and families across North Ayrshire are being urged to arrange Power of Attorney over loved ones in a bid to protect their wishes [...]

Drop-in session for Garnock Valley carers

Do you look after a family member or friend who needs your support due to illness, disability, mental health, addiction issues or needs extra support as they grow older? To celebrate Carers Rights Day 2019, North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership’s Carers Team, in conjunction with Unity Carers Centre, is hosting a drop-in information session for unpaid carers at [...]

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Money Matters

Money Matters provides advice to any resident of North Ayrshire on welfare rights, assistance or representation in relation to benefits.

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More than medical advice at your GP practice

Our Community Link Workers can help you to improve your mental and physical health by providing support and information on a wide range of issues, including managing stress, local activities and support groups, employment, a healthy lifestyle, alcohol and drugs and living with health conditions.

Community link workers visit all GP practices in North Ayrshire at least once a week. If you’d like to make an appointment, call or visit your local GP practice.