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The Patient and Client Council’s Local Advisory Committee for the Western area recently met to talk about a range of health and social care issues affecting people in the West.
The Patient and Client Council’s Local Advisory Committee for the Northern area recently met with Beth Malloy, Assistant Director of Scheduled Services from the Health and Social Care Board.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust holds its Board meetings bi-monthly throughout Northern Ireland. Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Mr Brian Compston has been appointed as interim Chair for the Patient and Client Council, succeeding Mr John Keanie.
Today, the Patient and Client Council published ‘The Peoples’ Priorities’, which makes very clear what people in Northern Ireland have identified as the important issues in health and social care.
People of Northern Ireland have identified care of the elderly and domiciliary care as a priority.
‘Domiciliary care services that help older people live safely in their own homes for as long as possible are hugely important to people and communities in the Southern Health and Social Care Trust area’, says the Southern Local Advisory Committ
The Patient and Client Council welcomes the debate on ring fencing the budget for health services, but is concerned about how the budget will impact on social care services.
Come along to celebrate the launch of the new centre and share your views on future research priorities. Lunch is provided.
In the last 18 months, the Patient and Client Council has spoken with over 15,000 people in Northern Ireland about their health and social care.
The Patient and Client Council provides a powerful voice in health and social care for patients, clients and carers.
The Patient and Client Council will be attending the heats and final, to ask members for their views on mental health services.