Parity between health and social care

Parity between health and social care

Parliamentary committees should scrutinise the Scottish Government’s laudable aim of ensuring parity of esteem between health and social care and investigate the extent to which the recommendations of the Feeley Review are being realised. The future of social care should be based around a clear framework of delivery that enables identification of associated knowledge skills and behaviours. To adequately support people we must consider how they live within their home but also their access and ability to integrate and be part of with their wider communities. This parity between health and social care should also extend to the respective workforces who support Scotland’s citizens.


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