Perth and Kinross
This comprehensive report describes the approach taken in Perth and Kinross to the review and redesign of OT services.
This presentation provides an update on the work in Perth and Kinross as at January 2017.
This presentation explains the background to the approach taken in East Ayrshire with a focus on practical ‘test of change’, including an NHS and Social Work OT ‘job swap’.
These case studies illustrate the different approach facilitated by the ‘job swap’, enabling one OT to deliver all interventions/solutions.
This report describes the work completed by Aberdeenshire colleagues who have reviewed the OT ‘core role’ and agreed intervention levels, in line with their new Health and Social Care Partnership multidisciplinary team integration model.
This report outlines the approach taken by Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership, with senior strategic governance for the wide-ranging review and the aim that OT service improvements should support its stated strategic plan priorities.
This presentation explains the process undertaken in West Dunbartonshire to implement an integrated OT service, which embeds the role of OT within a multidisciplinary model as part of the Health and Social Care Partnership.
This report describes Falkirk partners’ proposed approach. The intention is to take this forward with support from a dedicated project resource.
Argyll and Bute
Argyll and Bute has had an integrated OT service since 2009, but had identified the need to review and reclarify the role of OT to maximise its contribution within the emerging integration model pathways.