People across Dudley are invited to take part in Dudley’s biggest ever conversation about health and social care, starting on the 25th January 2016.
The team from Dudley CCG, along with other health and social care professionals in the borough are working towards more integrated services, and want as many people as possible to tell them what matters to them about health and social care in Dudley.
The feedback will be used to shape health and social care services around the needs of all people in the community, wherever they live, and whatever their needs.
Paul Maubach, Chief Executive, Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group, said: ‘This is a chance for everyone to get involved to let us know what really matters to them. We want to ensure that we really listen and put people at the heart of everything we do.’
‘We’ve already been making many improvements to local services, and this is part of a much bigger exercise to involve everyone in Dudley in how we put people at the centre of our services, and support each other to stay well.’
Matt Bowsher, Chief Officer Adult Social Care, Dudley Council, said: ‘This is a great opportunity for local people to hear about changes in health and social care in Dudley and help shape the future. This is part and parcel of being a Community Council.’
There will be plenty of opportunities for people to get involved. The CCG team will be running a number of listening events in partnership with Dudley’s voluntary and community sector, throughout January and February.
The general public are invited to take part in a range of Listening Events to help us find out what really matters to people in Dudley in general, and in relation to specific health services:
If you’d like to come along to a listening event or you are part of a group that would like to be involved, please let us know by emailing Keren.Hodgson@dudleyccg.nhs.uk