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Carers Have Your Say!

Birmingham City Council, along with Birmingham Children’s Trust and Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care Board fund Birmingham Carers Hub to support Carers in the city. The council wants to ensure that Carers get the right type and level of support at the right time and would like your feedback.

Discussion Event with Birmingham City Council

Come along to a free event hosted by Birmingham City Council at Touchbase Pears in Selly Oak on Wednesday 17 April from 11am to 1pm.

The focus of the session will be on the Council’s Carer Strategy, vision and Carers Commitments.

Reserve your free place on Eventbrite.

Birmingham’s Carers Partnership Strategy 2024 – 2029

Birmingham City Council wants to ensure that unpaid Carers get the right type and level of support at the right time. Initial consultation during Carers Week with Carers led to the development of the eight Carers Commitments in the strategy.

Your views are important to make sure this strategy includes what is important to Carers in Birmingham. Feedback will shape the final commitments and help to develop a partnership action plan to support carers across the City.

Please take time to complete the survey by Friday 19 April 2024.