Residents invited to help write Dudley’s annual adult social care report

Posted by on July 26, 2013 in Active & Supportive Communities, Home Page | 0 comments

Healthwatch Dudley is hosting the first of three sessions on Wednesday 31 July for residents to get involved in helping to write the third annual adult social care report.

Last year Dudley Council produced an annual report (or account) of the adult social care services it provides. This report was called “Improving lives, making a difference’ and local people helped to put it together.

The report listed the differences made to people’s lives as a result of adult social care services, provided by Dudley council. It also lists priorities for future improvements.

As part of the Making it Real in Dudley adult social care programme, Dudley Council would like to invite residents to help them produce their 2012/13 adult social care annual report. Individuals will get the chance to be part of a reference group that will oversee the production and content of the latest local account for adult social care in Dudley.

Healthwatch Dudley has been asked to bring this group together to make sure that the local account is a fair reflection of what is really happening, to listen to individuals views and to discuss if improvements were made, against the priorities that were set.

This year we want as many people as possible who use adult social care services to help us produce the report and make sure that we are clear about where we have performed well and where we need to up our game and improve our services.

The meeting will take place in Brierley Hill on Wednesday 31 July between 11am & 2pm.

Places can be booked online at place or for more information contact Ali on 01384 267427or email


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