A report to go before the area’s health and social care partnership (HSCP) board this week says that of the end of July, the partnership had already overspent by just over £100,000
Health services, which are provided by NHS Highland, ended the year with an underspend of £906,000. Social work services, which are provided by Argyll and Bute Council, also had an underspend for the year of £183,000.
The council’s educational psychologists have been delivering a nurture training programme across schools with 20 primary and secondary schools signing up to it.
Argyll and Bute Council confirmed last week that 800 thank you payments would be made this week to those eligible in this area.
Living Streets Scotland, Paths for All and Ramblers Scotland will share a new manifesto for walking at an online launch event today, January 26.