The national Transforming Care programme is all about improving health and care services so that children, young people and adults with learning disabilities or autism, can live fulfilling lives in their local community. The aim of the programme is to develop flexible local services and supports that can prevent crises from occurring and prevent admissions to hospitals or Assessment and Treatment Units a long way from home.
A research team is keen to find out whether parents, families and carers across the Nottinghamshire TCP area have been involved in making change happen.
A member of the British Institute of Learning Disabilities will be visiting the next Rainbow Session, on Saturday 14th July, at the Monty Hind Centre to meet parents and carers.
Alternatively, you can share what you think about Transforming Care Partnership, by contacting Keith Smith (email@example.com) or telephone 0121 415 6960.
You can find more information on the Transforming Care programme, through the document below.