Release date: 13 November 2018
Progress on West Sussex County Council's 100 Day Plan will be scrutinised by the Health and Adult Social Care Select Committee (HASC) at its next meeting on Thursday.
The committee will hear from the Interim Director of Adults’ Services who will discuss the plan and proposals to build on the good work already completed.
The plan comes after a Local Government Association highlighted areas of development to ensure the county council achieves sustainable adults’ services. A vision and strategy to act on these areas was channelled into a 100 Day Plan, with a framework now drawn up for an accompanying three year programme of improvements to adult social care.
Committee chairman Bryan Turner said: "When considering the proposals set out in the 100 Day Plan and the accompanying three year plan we will be taking into account the range of other county council projects already underway or being proposed which may need to be aligned with the project plans to ensure a joined-up approach.
“It is important for this committee to look in depth at these proposals and make sure that all needs are being addressed.”
The committee will also consider a proposal made by Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust to relocate the Special Care Dental Service at Littlehampton Health Centre.
The committee will meet at County Hall in Chichester on Thursday, November 15 from 10.30am. All are welcome to attend.
HASC has 20 members, made up of 12 county councillors, seven district and borough councillors and one local HealthWatch member (non-voting).