Help council plan adult social care services in future

Residents in Sheffield are being urged to have their say about adult social care services in the city.

Sheffield Council wants to hear from people who use the services and are interested in how they are developed in future.

It will use the information it gathers at four events being held in the city to put together a report which will be presented to those planning the 2014-15 budget – customers, providers, third sector organisations and other stakeholders are all invited to go along to the consultation events.

Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. The events are at Sheffield Town Hall on September 27, October 14, November 27 and December 20 and each has a different theme.

The first event is being held from 10.30am until 1pm and is called An introduction to the challenges facing Adult Social Care.

Those who cannot attend can still comment on the consultation by calling 0114 2930037.

To book a place call 0114 2039325.

Comments can be emailed to practicedevelopment@Sheffield.gov.uk or posted to Quality Development Team, Corporate Mail facility, Freepost NEA5527, Town Hall, Sheffield S1 2ZZ.