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Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands (IEWM)

Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands provides an extensive programme of support and capacity building for improvement and efficiency, and acts as a catalyst for collaborative working across all authorities and partnerships in the West Midlands.

The programme is essentially centred around three core objectives – improvement, efficiency and partnerships – all of which are underpinned by a strong focus on leadership and capacity building.

West Midlands Care Association Survey

ADASS West Midlands have commissioned a report to look at the long term future of the Care Sector in the Region and would appreciate it if you could take a couple of minutes to complete the West Midlands Care Association survey

West Midlands Care Association fully backs the objectives behind the report and encourages you to participate if you can.  The survey is anonymous and WMCA will only hold the data to completion of the exercise. More information about West Midlands Care Association Privacy

Latest news

New scheme offers families the chance to share their homes and lives and support adults with learning disabilities.

A new adult social care initiative promoting independence for adults who need support and offers them the chance to be part of a family, is set to be launched in Stoke-on-Trent.

SMBC & Age UK Solihull launch Winter Warmth campaign

The Winter Warmth campaign, is offering free advice, information and practical assistance to residents who are at risk from the cold.

Council adopts updated Fairer Charging Policy

Solihull Council has updated its adult social care non-residential care and support charging policy.

Coventry athlete opens redesigned living space at Hereward College

Coventry based wheelchair athlete, Kare Adenegan has officially opened a newly revamped residential living space at Hereward College in Coventry – Cofa’s Tree Lodge.

Bringing festive cheer to Telford’s vulnerable residents

Hoping to bring some festive cheer to some of Telford’s most vulnerable residents.

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