Flipping social care

Last year, West Midlands ADASS took a look at the multi-faceted £4.4 billion footprint of the West Midlands adult social care sector as an economic driver, looking at how the sector contributes or could contribute to wider economic, social and place-shaping objectives. Nearly a year later we have commissioned Sherman to take a fresh look which brings together a series of reports, analysis and thoughts on how we develop the ‘Flipping social care’ concept and provide information and argument that helps us all make the case for the importance of the sector in driving the local economy.

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Supersized The impact of adult social care on jobs, growth and regeneration in the West Midlands

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Expenditure on social care is properly seen as local investment not expenditure.

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