Information about the quality, performance and effectiveness of the Social Care Services that we commission and provide in Warwickshire.
A strategy setting out where we would like Warwickshire to be heading in terms of health and wellbeing, developed between the NHS, social care, public health and local authorities in Warwickshire who are represented on the Warwickshire Shadow Health and Wellbeing Board.
This report sets out how the Child Poverty Strategy for Warwickshire has been developed and why it is required.
Information on ‘a good life for everyone’, our joint commissioning strategy for people with learning disabilities
How we are implementing the national autism strategy on a local level
Warwickshire has developed a Joint Adult Carers Strategy, which is set in the context of this changed environment and will attempt to respond in a realistic yet imaginative and creative way to face the challenges ahead.
This strategy sets out current initiatives designed to improve the lives of people with dementia, their carers and families, enabling them to have a more fulfilled life.
The overall aim of the home care commissioning strategy is to provide services that support people to maintain their independence in their own homes.
Information on the Supporting Independence (Prevention) Strategy
The Reablement Strategy will prioritise accessibility and eligibility. The service will continue to achieve its target of preventing the need for a customer to require on-going social care support.