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We're live with Holly Health!

We’re now live with Holly Health, the health habit coaching app!


If you live in East Ayrshire you can now access free membership to Holly Health, the mobile app for personalised […]

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Did you know…? You could be a foster carer while still in full time employment!


We’re celebrating Foster Care Fortnight, and this year’s theme is #FosteringCommunities! Come along to our online information event and find […]

EAHSCP staff and partners holding up a sign in support of Adult Support and Protection Day 2023

Adult Support and Protection Day 2023


Know the signs of self-neglect and help support a person at risk. We are joining Adult Support and Protection committees […]

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Considering a career in adult social care?


Are you a thoughtful, empathetic and understanding person who loves helping others get the most out of life? It’s time […]

16 Days of Action, tackling violence against women and girls in Scotland, 25th November - 10th December

16-Day Campaign to Spotlight Issues of Gender Based Violence


A series of East Ayrshire events aim to raise awareness of gender based violence during the international 16 Days of […]

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You could save a life as a suicide first aider


Life can be challenging at times, and it’s easy to feel a bit lost and overwhelmed. However, if someone reaches […]

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Care Opinion arrives in East Ayrshire


Tell us what you think about health and social care in East Ayrshire

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Adult Support and Protection Day


It’s National Adult Support and Protection Day on Sunday 20 February and we’re here to help if you’re worried about […]

Save Someone Naloxone campaign logo

Naloxone – Save Someone


Naloxone is a life-saving drug that can be given to a person in the event of an overdose, temporarily reversing its effects and buying critical time until emergency services arrive.