Health & Social Care Integration Budget Consultation 2018/19

Closed 27 Feb 2018

Opened 30 Jan 2018


Budget Consultation 2018/19 and beyond

The Integration Joint Board is responsible for the strategic planning of adult health and social care services within Clackmannanshire and Stirling. Services are delivered through the Health and Social Partnership. Most adult health and social care services now sit under the umbrella of the Board and include things like GP and other family health services, occupational therapists, mental health and learning disability services.

Both Clackmannanshire and Stirling Council have already consulted on their priorities for 2018/2019 as part of their budget setting process. The priorities for the Health and Social Care Partnership are set out within the Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership Strategic Plan 2016-2019.

As the demand, complexity and cost of service provision continues to grow while public finances continue to be severely constrained it is important that we work with individuals and communities to agree what is important and to redesign services in a way that will support people to have the right tools and knowledge to have a positive impact on their own health and wellbeing.



Why We Are Consulting

We want you to Have Your Say about how we can provide services in the best way possible within the resources available to the Health and Social Partnership.

Further details on how you can participate in this consultation are available on the Health and Social Care Partnership website.

What Happens Next

Following the period of consultation recommendations will be refined and presented to the Strategic Planning Group in February 2018 for consultation.  The proposals will then be presented to the Integration Joint Board in March 2018 to consider whilst finalising the Partnership budget for 2018/2019.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Adult social care
  • Care for the Elderly
  • Services and facilities