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.
The Black Country Transforming Care Partnership (TCP) was established in April 2016 to transform health and care services for children and young people with Learning Disabilities and /or Autism who may display behaviour that challenges. As part of NHS England’s Building the Right Support plan, the programme aims to reduce the number of children and young people with learning disabilities residing in hospital so that more can live in the community, with the right support, close to their home.
Following our recent public engagement events where we spoke to service users, families, carers and professionals about the proposed changes, we would now like to present a summary of your feedback so that we may continue to build on this great work alongside all of you, and agree and deliver local plans for the programme. There will also be further opportunity for you to feedback and influence the plans at this stage.
Please note that as this is a full day event, lunch and refreshments will be provided.
If you’d like to sign up to attend this event, please click here.