5. FUTURE REPORTING
Over the period 2012 - 2016, as the Change Fund's lifespan comes to an end, current strategies expire and are updated, and the 2015 Spending Review is published, we intend to provide a further report, summarising the reviews of these initiatives, lessons learnt and next steps.
We will provide updates at the following website: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Health/Support-Social-Care/Support/Older-People/ReshapingCare
Any comments on this report would be welcomed via email to: Careforolderpeople@scotland.gsi.gov.uk
Or by writing to us at:Care for Older People's Unit
3ER St Andrew's House
"There is much more interaction with social care staff and co-ordinators. This is different to what went on before...It is a very positive way of working."
Occupational Therapist, working as part of the City of Edinburgh Council's Re-ablement service
'It's like night and day, I have more confidence, I'm talking to folk, I'm laughing! The pain clinic has especially helped me and I use relaxation techniques to manage my pain. What a difference it has all made. The main improvement is to my mental health. All these things have helped give me purpose again.'
Margaret, user of Signposting services in Aberdeenshire, on the difference she has noticed in herself since using the service.
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