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Early Help & Support Services Commitment Statement

Right Help, Right Time to Promote Independence

Telford & Wrekin Council through our co-operative values and priorities is committed to delivering the best quality services for residents who have care or support needs, within the resources available. The Council is committed to working with its partners (particularly the voluntary & community sector, local providers of care and support, the NHS and of course service users and & family carers) to develop services for residents that help people live as independently as possible with minimal intervention. We will develop a fair system of social care where the resources that are offered, relate to the level of assessed needs a person might have and where their contribution towards the costs of that care clearly relates to their ability to pay. In addition to our co-operative values, Promoting Independence will be at the heart of social care in Telford and Wrekin.

For more information, please read the Early Help & Support Services Commitment Statement. You can view four of our residents stories below.

Cathy's story
Chris kindly agreed to share his story about regaining his confidence and independence through his personal budget and support broker, Chad.
Since retirement Jim has become more active and lost weight by using the facilities at Telford & Wrekin's Leisure Centres. This will mean he will be less reliant on social services in the future. Be Active is one of the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
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