Local Account - What has social care done this year?
The local account is a report all local authorities are asked to write and share with residents every year. It is to explain to people who live in the borough what has happened in social care services for adults and older people the past two years (2011/12 and 2012/13) as well as to tell you about what may be happening in the future.
It explains what money we have had to spend and what it has been spent on.
It outlines what we have achieved in Walsall during the past year, including real life examples from local people and local projects.
Finally, it is a chance for us to share our future plans for adult social care with you and to ask you what you think.
If you would like to share your views with us on the local account – what was helpful, what was not helpful, what else you would like to see included in future, we welcome your comments.
We always welcome your comments on what you think of the services we provide as well as our priorities.
- Walsall's Local Account 2011-13 Executive Summary (PDF 410KB)
- Walsall's Local Account 2011-13 (PDF 2.5KB)
You can share your thoughts with us by writing to
Room 17a, Council House
or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last updated on 18 July 2016