It was clear from the day that people had high standards for their lives including wanting to live in their own home, get married and get a job. They want to be listened to and involved in their own care and treatment. People who attended the day commented that it was:“This was a fantastic day. Having the chance to sit an talk with people in this way about what was important to them, and how we could help them achieve this was very humbling. I look forward to being part of many more similar opportunities".
They will be letting everyone know how they are getting on soon!
Four 'Dragons' have been invited to the event so that they can ask for their investment and their commitment to the improvement of the grounds. Until now the identity of the 'Dragons' has remained a secret but we can now reveal who they are!
• Karen Dowman, Chief Executive of the Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
• Bob Piper, Chair of the Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
• John Campbell, Chief Operating Officer of the Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
• Lesley Writtle, Divisional Director of the Black Country Partnership NHS