Local people given opportunity to help NHS Trust develop its vision and values
Local people in Barnsley who use services provided by South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, their carers and local partners are invited to get involved in a unique opportunity to help the Trust create a new vision and set of values.
South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health, learning disability and community services in Barnsley. People are asked to join the Trust to contribute their views on Wednesday 17th October from 1.30pm to 3.00pm in training room 1, learning and development centre, Keresforth Centre, Broadway, Barnsley.
Steven Michael, chief executive at the Trust explains, “The changes that have taken place at the Trust over the last 12 months, as we have moved from a specialist mental health and learning disability provider to a more generic community health provider, mean we are occupying a new role within local systems. We want to ensure we continue to be the kind of organisation people want us to be, and that we are an effective partner.
“We are working with people who use our services in the populations we serve, their carers, our Members’ Council and staff, to gather a wide range of opinions. I would like to take this opportunity to encourage local people in Barnsley who use our services and their carers to join us on Wednesday 17th October to share their views on how we can do this.”
Steven Michael will be present at the meeting to hear people’s views, along with other members of the Trust’s senior management team.
To book your place contact the Trust’s inclusion team on 01924 328656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.