Posts tagged “Birmingham City Council”

Local Support 
Birmingham City council has joined forces with BVSC to create the C19 Support Brum partnership, an initiative that will work through existing local neighbourhood structures, voluntary groups, and local elected members to ensure that all parts of the city have access to support, advice, and practical help. 
 
If you need support, the way you need to access it depends on who you are and what you need. The information in the link below will enable you to get the quickest access to the help you need to keep safe and maintain your wellbeing. https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/50233/support_for_residents_during_the_coronavirus_covid-19/2130/coronavirus_-_accessing_support/3 
 
irmingham City Council is consulting on its proposed Day Opportunities Strategy and draft Day Service Model. You are invited to come along and have your say. Here is all the information and dates below. Day Opportunities benefit older people, people with learning disabilities , autism, physical disability , and people with mental ill health across the city. 
 
To find out more about the proposed Day Opportunities Strategy including the draft Service Model you are invited to attend one of the public meetings, you will need to book your place through our website. https://lnkd.in/eX66F4z  
 
Yesterday, Wednesday 22nd August some of our citizens from Cerebral Palsy Midlands had the great opportunity of meeting Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health, Councillor Paulette Hamilton.  
 
This meeting was to acknowledge all of the work that has been done together with Birmingham City Council, local Councillors, our citizens, other disabled members of the community, our community day-care centre Cerebral Palsy Midlands and many other organisations in the local area. Together, we all have been working on a 'Co-production', that being, a partnership to improve the support services for adults who live in our community. It's a big project, lots of great work has been acheived and there is of course more to be done.  
 
Yesterday, Councillor Hamilton acknowledged the time and effort that our people had given to the project, as of course, this will help the developments and improvements that take place in our city. 

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