Integration of health and social care is the Scottish Government's programme of reform to improve services for people who use adult health and social care services.
Clackmannanshire Council, Stirling Council and NHS Forth Valley Health Board are working together on a dramatically different approach to provide the ambitious programme of reform.
Health and Social Care Integration is all about putting people first and ensuring that services are tailored to meet the individual needs of service users and their families.
You won't need to do anything differently - services will be more joined-up behind the scenes. Health and social care staff will work more closely to support individuals and deliver joined-up care in local communities across Forth Valley.
The Integration Joint Board for Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership is made up of representatives from Clackmannanshire Council, Stirling Council, NHS Forth Valley, Third Sector representatives, service users and carers.
The Integration Joint Board, through its Chief Officer, will have the responsibility for the planning, resourcing and the operational oversight of a wide range of health and social care services.
The board meets monthly and meeting schedule and meeting papers can be accessed via the joint web page.
Please refer to the Integration Joint Board Complaints web page for more information.
To access our most up to date information on health and social care integration please visit our joint web page(hosted on NHS Forth Valley's website).