For people in North Ayrshire (with illness, disability or frailty) who need support to live as well as possible
Children and families
For children and families in North Ayrshire who need support to live as well as possible
Click here to read issue 1 of YOUR Health and Social Care in North Ayrshire. Issue 2 is due out soon.
We’ll publish it online (incl Twitter) and 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.
An age simulation suit offers the opportunity to experience the impairments of older people. It works by impacting upon your cognitive abilities and enabling you to experience some of the difficulties and challenges that people face on a daily basis. Our Carers Team is running sessions for health and social care professionals, please contact Kerryanne Owens (01294 317784) if you’d [...]
The next Wellbeing and Recovery College (range of courses focussing on wellbeing and recovery) is from January - May 2019. Each course will provide a safe space where people who are affected by mental health problems can learn self-management techniques as well as give and receive peer support. Click to find out more about Wellbeing and Recovery College 2019
Money Matters provides advice to any resident of North Ayrshire on welfare rights, assistance or representation in relation to benefits.
Looking to volunteer?
Ayrshire Central Hospital Volunteers have been successfully operating the shop at Woodland View since its opening in 2016. They are now looking for additional volunteers to extend and sustain the shop opening hours.
Volunteers must be aged 16 years and over. For an application form or further information, please contact Ayrshire Central Hospital Volunteers (01294 322340) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org