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Blakenhall Dementia Day Service

Meeting: 22/01/2020 - Cabinet (Item 11)

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[To approve consultation regarding transfer of Dementia Day Service from Blakenhall to Action for Independence]

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Decision:

1.     That the proposal to initiate an eight week consultation period to discuss a proposal to transfer the current Dementia Day Service operating within Blakenhall Resource Centre to Action for Independence, Albert Road be approved. 

2.     That a more detailed proposals be presented to Cabinet after the consultation period.

3.     That it be noted that consultation would include full engagement with people using the service, their carers, support staff, Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Black Country Partnership Foundation Trust (BCPFT) and the Alzheimer’s Society.

 

Minutes:

Councillor Linda Leach sought approval to undertake consultation on a proposal to transfer the Dementia Day Service currently delivered at Blakenhall Resource Centre to the Action for Independence venue at Albert Road. The current Blakenhall venue was not equipped to support a modern support service for people with dementia. The Action for Independence venue was equipped to support the service, there was capacity within the venue and day support was already provided there for people with other disabilities. Consultation with service users, carers and other stakeholders was required due to a move of venue being a major change to the service.

 

Resolved:

1.     That the proposal to initiate an eight week consultation period to discuss a proposal to transfer the current Dementia Day Service operating within Blakenhall Resource Centre to Action for Independence, Albert Road be approved. 

 

2.     That more detailed proposals be presented to Cabinet after the consultation period.

 

3.    That it be noted that consultation would include full engagement with people using the service, their carers, support staff, Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group, Black Country Partnership Foundation Trust and the Alzheimer’s Society.


 


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