Documents available on this page
- Strategic plan
- Integration scheme
- Communications and engagement strategies
- Carers support
- Local population – needs assessments
- Risk Management Strategy
- Housing Contribution Statement
- Market Facilitation Plan
The Strategic Plan sets out how services will be delivered across Falkirk over this three year period (2019-2022). The Plan was developed following a year-long engagement process, using feedback from a number of meetings and events with service users, carers, community groups, members of the public and staff.
The Integration Scheme is a legally binding agreement between Falkirk Council and NHS Forth Valley who are known as ‘the parties’ in the scheme. The scheme describes what the parties will do to enable the Partnership’s Integration Joint Board to meet its responsibilities (or ‘delegated functions’). The Board became responsible for adult and older peoples services from April 2016. The scheme contains high level statements of commitment to ensure flexibility and accommodate future changes.
Participation, Engagement, and Communication
These documents support the implementation of the Partnership’s Strategic Plan, covering a three-year period until 2024.
The renewed Participation and Engagement Strategy, first published in 2016, ensures as many people as possible can be involved and actively engaged in the design and development of health and social care services in the Falkirk area.
The new Communications Strategy outlines how effective communication can help the Partnership achieve its strategic vision. It’s principles apply to all Partnership staff and their communication activity.
|Participation and Engagement Strategy (2021 – 2024)|
|Communications Strategy (2021 – 2024)|
|These documents are currently being translated into BSL. A link will be available here shortly.|
The Partnership provides support for unpaid carers through the Falkirk and Clackmannanshire Carers Centre. These documents support the planning and delivery of carers services.
The Falkirk Carers Strategy (2019-2022) has been developed by the Partnership and Falkirk Council’s children’s services in collaboration with Falkirk and Clackmannanshire Carer’s Centre and CVS Falkirk.
About our local population
In order for the Partnership to produce a detailed Strategic Plan that meets the needs of its local population, we first require a clear understanding of the health and care needs of the population, from across the perspectives of NHS Forth Valley and Falkirk Council, and other key stakeholders. Our needs assessments provide a comprehensive description of health and social care data relevant to the Falkirk area.
In addition, the Partnership has identified three localities for strategic planning purposes (East, West and Central). Each locality profile presents a ‘picture’ of current need and demand in the local area.