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More people will be spending Christmas at home thanks to joint work between Dudley Council and The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust.
Services for older people and children in Dudley will continue to be a priority despite an overspend of more than £12million putting an “unprecedented strain” on budgets.
Thousands of recycled plastic bottles have been used by service users at a Dudley Council run centre to create a poppy display in Amblecote.
An annual survey of people using adult social care services in Dudley borough has revealed positive results.
People can find out how to live well and feel safe at an event taking place next week at the Merry Hill Centre.
Dudley’s first Ageing Well Festival is in full swing with many activities and events still to enjoy before the end of the week.
The lead for adult social care at Dudley Council met staff and service users at a care facility as part of national Good Care Month.
Dudley Council’s Telecare service has received ‘compliant’ status across the board, the highest rating possible.
Unpaid and informal carers in Dudley borough can enjoy a range of free events and access support as part of this year’s National Carers Week.
Plans for a new multi-million-pound supported housing development in Brierley Hill are progressing as Dudley Council seeks a housing provider to run the scheme.
More than 50 people from Queens Cross Network have created a waterfall of poppies for display at a church in Amblecote ahead of Remembrance.
There’s a chance to find out about the support available for people who are living with a disability, as well as their families and informal carers at an event this month.