Flipping Social Care

Last year, West Midlands ADASS took a look at the multi-faceted £4.4 billion footprint of the West Midlands adult social care sector as an economic driver, looking at how the sector contributes or could contribute to wider economic, social and place-shaping objectives.  Nearly a year later we have commissioned Paul Johnston to take a fresh look which brings together a series of reports, analysis and thoughts on how we develop ‘Flipping social care’ in the context of Covid-19 and provide information and argument that helps us all make the case for the importance of the sector in driving the local economy.

Further information

Video: Andy Begley of Shropshire Council says health and social care expenditure drives employment and generates local income.

Andy Begley

Watch the video here