More than 20 Lorne Resource Centre users, relatives, advocates and staff were left feeling snubbed when officials from Argyll and Bute’s Health and Social Care partnership (HSCP) did not show.
Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care partnership says it needs to have teams working closely together and based on one site.
Two people are needed for each of the four locality planning groups.
Anne Horn says members have been working for 10 years to get strategy in place.
This week’s NHS feature focuses on Angela Webster Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership’s registered manager of Eadar Glinn Residential Care Home in Oban.
The social media page will also include information, tips and advice along with signposting to digital resources for people and their carers.
Lorn and Islands Hospital canteen has also achieved the Healthy Living Plus Award.