Making health and social care services work better, for everyone

Warwickshire County Council and Grapevine Charity  are holding Walk and Talk (a walk through Coventry and then Warwick thinking about what is working and we could develop more of to support people with autism to live a full and happy life) followed by an ideas factory in Coventry and Warwick where we develop the ides that were collected in the walk and talk into actions and ensure that people are engaged in making the ideas come to life.

They are looking to use the events to start developing a Warwickshire and Coventry wide ASD strategy for adults and children and are particularly interested in thinking about how we can get the early help right for these families and individuals. They are really keen to involve independent organisations who are already working with this group to be part of these conversations.

The locations are around convenience of transport and the discussions will be (broadly) the same at each place.

Please find the dates below:

  • 17th May 09:30-12:30 Friargate: Coventry walk and talk
  • 21st May 09:30-12:30 Coventry Ideas Factory
  • 23rd May 09:30-12:30 Warwick Walk and Talk
  • 3rd June 09:30-12:30 Warwick ideas factory

The focus of the sessions will be on those with autism who don’t also have a learning disability.

If anyone would like more information or to attend, please contact oliviahorgan@warwickshire.gov.uk