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Ten months since Dail Mhor House care home in Strontian re-opened, a working group has launched a public consultation on the future of local healthcare provision.
The facility was closed by NHS Highland in the summer of 2017 but re-opened in August 2018 after a campaign by the community.
A working group made up of representatives from the five community councils in the Dail Mhor catchment area has been created, and a project worker has been appointed to explore ways to work in partnership with NHS Highland to deliver health and social care across the area.
As part of this process, an online survey has been launched to attract responses from both younger and older people, as well as those living elsewhere who have links to the area.
The survey is open until June 20 and the link can be found on local Facebook pages or by visiting community council websites.