Seeking your experiences of Assisted Conception Services

When people seek treatment for infertility, their local Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for funding fertility services (such as In-Vitro Fertilisation, or IVF) to help women become pregnant.

So that Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in the Black Country, Birmingham and Solihull, offer the most effective IVF services, they are seeking peoples experiences of assisted conception services.

Local people who have accessed assisted conception services in the last five years, including their relatives, are invited to share their views by completing an online survey.

Transforming Care for Children & Young People with Learning Disabilities and Autism - Public Feedback Event

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The Children & Young People’s subgroup of the Transforming Care Programme would like to invite service users, families and carers, professionals, members of the public and local community organisations to come and hear about potential plans to change the way in which care is delivered for children and young people living with Learning Disabilities and /or Autism in the Black Country.

Perinatal Mental Health ‘Whose Shoes?’ Workshop

The NHS in the Black Country will be holding a Perinatal Mental Health ‘Whose Shoes?’ interactive workshop on Monday 24 June 2019 from 10am-2.30pm at Molineux Stadium, Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4QR.

The event aims to gather views from local mums and their families to understand and improve user experience for women experiencing any kind of mental, psychological or emotional ill health during or after pregnancy.

Transforming Care Engagement for Children and Young People

The Black Country Transforming Care Partnership is holding a workshop on Wednesday 5 June to shape services for children and young people with learning disabilities (or learning disabilities with autism) with behaviour that challenges. To shape these services, we need to hear from people who have lived experience, as you will know best what is needed!

We would like your help to develop the component parts of a service (what are the ‘things’ that should be done) that could be wrapped around a child/young person and their family, and support them to live in their homes and communities and lead a good life.

Transforming Care Engagement for Adults

We are holding a nine-week public engagement exercise between Thursday 21 March to Thursday 23 May 2019 to get people's views on our propsed plans. Our aim is to:

  • Improve quality of care for people with a learning disability.
  • Improve quality of life for people with a learning disability.
  • Enhance community capacity, thereby reducing inappropriate hospital admissions and length of stay.

For more information click here