Resources and Reports
- Easy Read ‘How to Stay Well – Looking after your Mental Health’ Booklet – Interactive
- Easy Read ‘How to Stay Well – Looking after your Mental Health’ Booklet – Download Version
- View the Leaflet – Looking After Your Mental Health
- Our Staff
- Department of Health Regulation and Standards
- HSC Hospital Passport
HSCB Regional Learning Disability Day Opportunities Model – Post Consultation Report – April 2014
Western Trust’s Terms of Reference
Western Trust’s review of Adult Learning Disability Short Breaks (respite) October 2015
Final analysis of adults with a learning disability using statutory day services
Regional Disability Action Plan 2018-2023
Local Engagement Meetings
- How to Join a Meeting Remotely - Using Pexip or Zoom
- Action Plan
NEW Transport Scheme to help people access local hospital and health appointments
A new community transport service is now available!
This is to allow people with little or no access to public transport or their own private transport to attend health appointments in the Western Trust Area.
The Rural Links to Health & Wellbeing community transport service, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund is being delivered by Easilink Community Transport.
The Rural Links to Health and Wellbeing service is a subsidised community transport service that aims to help people in the Easilink area with limited access to public transport or their own private transport to attend hospital appointments in Altnagelvin, Omagh and South West Acute hospitals and any other health related appointments in the Western Trust area.
The Rural Links to Health and Wellbeing Service is delivered by a pool of volunteer car drivers, and we have accessible vehicles for those with mobility issues. We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our service users and are following all the necessary protocols to ensure that they can travel safely.
The flyer gives information about the service. Should you know anyone that would benefit from this service, please feel free to pass on our information or get them to call their local Easilink office.
Southern Health and Social Care Trust Resources