Transforming Care for Children and Young People

The Black Country Transforming Care Partnership is holding workshops 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.

Have your say on plans to improve Primary Care in the Black Country and West Birmingham

Following the publication of the national NHS Long Term Plan, which sets out how the NHS will improve care for patients over the next ten years, CCGs in the Black Country and West Birmingham are planning improvements to primary care services and would like to hear the views of local people. 

We recognise that Primary Care provides the first point of contact for many people. The main source of primary care is general practice, which is the care and treatment delivered from doctors’ surgeries in local communities. 

The views of members of the public, patients, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals are being used to develop a strategy for the future of primary care services to ensure improved access, continuity and coordination of care for local people.

Black Country Transforming Care Programme 2019

The Transforming Care Programme (TCP) aims to transform care and support for adults with learning disabilities who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition.

Upcoming opportunities for the public, patients and other stakeholders to get involved in our consultations and engagement work will be advertised here shortly.