Unpaid carers in Aberdeen could benefit from almost £200,000 of additional support if proposals are approved by the city’s Integration Joint Board (IJB) next week.
Integrated Joint board
North-east care workers have been praised by a national watchdog.
Significant improvement has been made in gaining and retaining staff at the north-east's multimillion super-jail.
A new report has revealed that waiting times for HMP Grampian inmates requiring mental health treatment has fallen.
High-prescribing doctors could be targeted for action after spiralling costs left Grampian NHS chiefs staring at a £2million-plus overspend.
Council chiefs could hand back thousands of pounds of care charges to vulnerable residents after admitting increasing fees damaged the authority's reputation.
Aberdeenshire Council has made a "hugely embarrassing" U-turn on plans to raise care charges on elderly residents by tens of thosands of pounds.
North east councillors have insisted that changes to a respite service, which caters for people with learning disabilities, must not be "financially driven".
A multi-agency task force has been set up to tackle health and social care concerns at a north-east superjail.
Aberdeen is poised to launch a £250million health and social care shake-up as part of a national campaign to improve services.