Members of the public are invited to a meeting about adult social care services in Luton on October 8.
The South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (SEPT) is holding the meeting for people to meet local governors and staff of the trust.
There will be a presentation from Amanda Reynolds, director of social care and partnerships, on how SEPT is delivering personalised care and support for adult social care and working with local authorities in Luton to provide mental health social work services which support people to achieve recovery and independence.
There will also be an update on the development of the memory assessment services.
From 2.30pm - 4.45pm at the Community Centre, Luton Irish Forum, Kathleen Connolly House in Hitchin Road, Luton.