Big Conversation About Autism Services Across the Black Country
30 Jul 2020 by Leona
- Black Country
- News and Events
As a newly merged organisation we have an ambition to support the people of the Black Country to lead healthier and happier lives. We cannot do this alone, and we want to work with you in genuine partnership to develop our clinical strategy, to listen and learn, in order to achieve meaningful change.
As the system starts to prepare for future demand for services, we are holding a series of ‘big conversations’ about the services we deliver. So far, we have held one focusing on each of the localities (Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton) and have a Black Country-Wide session planned on 11 August as well.
A strong theme throughout each of the sessions and from discussions with partners is the need to strengthen support for people with autism. We felt it was really important that we have an opportunity to have a dedicated conversation around this so we are holding an autism specific workshop on:
Friday 28 August, 3 – 4pm and this will take place virtually via MS Teams.
We hope you can join us. Let us know you’re attending by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the link to the session. If you can’t make this date but would like to share your feedback please contact us on the e-mail above.